Grants Funded in 2017

We provide micro grants for social change projects worldwide. These are the projects we funded in 2017.

Tantoh Bazil Tume – Improving Livelihoods For Underprivileged Youths in Bamenda through Sustainable Organic Mushroom Cultivation

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2017-10-12T07:06:21+00:00

Tantoh Bazil Tume's project will be executed in Nkwen in the metropolitan city of Bamenda, Cameroon. This project is aimed at curbing the high rate of youth unemployment and its related ills by providing life skills training to vulnerable youths in mushroom production as a sustainable means of improving income [...]

Knowledgefire Open Repair Clinic – Neighborhood Learning Laboratory

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2017-10-15T13:36:42+00:00

If knowledge is power, then teaching is where power is born. The Knowledgefire Neighborhood Learning Laboratory is a hub of learning and learning resources that exist to foster significant connections between community members, build skills relevant to individual lives and provide tools for accomplishing goals; all of which improve the [...]

Doretta Tootle, Nagea Brown – The Diva Project

2017-10-12T01:24:41+00:00

Doretta Tootle and her "Thelma’s Dream" non-profit organization are focused on empowering girls to dream big and be the change makers of their lives, school and community. Its core program, Club Diva, addresses the academic, emotional, environmental, and social challenges experienced by the at-risk female youth growing up in underprivileged, [...]

JANET NJOROGE – Connecting Poor Households to the Kabuthi Community Water Project

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2017-10-12T01:15:50+00:00

The Kabuthi Water Project is a community water scheme that has been constructed using a combination of community contributions and assistance from well wishers. It includes a borehole and mains pipe distribution system. Now that the scheme is nearing completion, each household is expected to meet the expense of installing [...]

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