Grants Funded in January 2013

We provide micro grants for social change projects worldwide. These are the projects we funded in January 2013.

Carolyn Mullin, National Museum of Animals and Society’s Oral History Project

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Carolyn's project is part of the mission of the National Museum of Animals and Society, which enriches the lives of animals and people through exploration of our shared experience.  The museum collections include humane education, animal protection history and animal studies.  It is currently operating in a mobile and online [...]

Chloe Falkenheim, Youth Vegetarian Alliance

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Chloe is a highly motivated, ambitious 15 year old who is deeply committed to making change. Chloe is passionate about vegetarian diets (She became vegetarian at age 9) yet finds that when she talks to other teenagers about changing their diet to reflect their values, they are held back because [...]

Shital Mehta, Generosity at Shantivan Gardens


Shital is a long time art teacher.  She developed this project after noting that children, when exposed to generosity and kindness show profound transformation in their ability to be compassionate and creative.  ‘Generosity at Shantivan Gardens’ is an umbrella name for a series of activities that expose children in Mumbai [...]

Megan Lipsett, Copia Health


Megan Lipsett came to us via our flow fund partnership with Off the Mat into the World.   Megan's project, Copia Health, will provide trainings, consulting, coaching, and community projects to ignite citizens to engage in empowered health and well-being practices. These programs help individuals to better align with themselves, their communities, and the environment. They [...]

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