Grant Projects Tagged With Animal Rights

Read about grantees who have received funding from a Pollination Project grant .

Juleen Wong, Tufts Veg Society

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2017-04-06T11:39:17+00:00

Tufts Veg Society is a diverse community of undergraduate students committed to making a sustainable, nourishing, and compassionate lifestyle irresistible for herbivores and omnivores alike. Through on-campus events, partnerships with other clubs, and a collaboration with Tufts Dining Services, we strive to be a space for education, dialogue, and delicious [...]

Angeela Shrestha, Project Humane Nepal

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2017-04-12T09:28:27+00:00

Project Humane is first of its kind organization in Nepal, to impart dog-focused humane education. We conduct week-long educational workshops in schools encouraging children to have compassion towards stray dogs and discuss animal welfare issues. After watching a shocking video of a street dog being brutally killed by a group [...]

Anthony Duong, Extended Education

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2017-04-05T14:33:35+00:00

As an intern at Solidarity Farm, I've been able to turn my passion for healthy food into tangible outcomes. Our small farm feeds hundreds of families each week and hosts educational tours for people of all ages. We show people how to grow beyond organic produce, pasture animals, and work [...]

Macy Stinchcomb, Woof Gang Rescue

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2017-03-09T08:58:53+00:00

Woof Gang Rescue, Inc., is a non-profit, no-kill, all volunteer dog rescue organization serving the areas of Wisconsin, Illinois, Kentucky and Indiana in the United States. They are dedicated to rescuing dogs left homeless for whatever reason – primarily focusing on dogs in public shelters where they are at high risk [...]

Terra Sztain, Organ-on-a-chip: a more economical, ethical, and effective model system

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2017-02-10T05:16:52+00:00

Terra Sztain is starting a first-of-its-kind annual event at UCSD, educating researchers on the latest alternatives to animal models. This project was developed to serve the millions of animals per year in the U.S. who are exploited and killed for the purpose of biomedical research. One of the most promising [...]

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