Grant Projects Tagged With Education
Read about grantees who have received funding from a Pollination Project grant .
Le Aumaga was founded by Justin Kalolo and Fraser Tauaivale in May of 2016 with the intent to promote higher education and fuel the academic and personal growth of young Samoan men. Le Aumaga's mission is to support the development of self-sufficient, self-reliant, and village-oriented young Samoan men. Our efforts
Chico Youth Court (CYC) offers an alternative to the juvenile justice system in Butte County, CA. With a focus on restorative practices, the Chico Youth Court will work with middle school kids and high school teens who are first offenders of misdemeanor or lesser crimes. CYC will offer a second chance
StrawFree.org is an organization dedicated to the elimination of plastic straws—one bamboo straw at a time. Diana Lofflin, StrawFree.org founder, was moved to action after seeing the amount of plastic straws picked up at local beach cleanups. In fact, more than 500,000,000 straws are used each day in the United States.
Increase the Piece, founded by artivist (activist + artist) Honey Gold, is an organization that aims to create a platform for creative artists and entrepreneurs of indigenous and African descent to promote and experience holistic healing through music therapy and appreciation. At their next Oakland community festival planned for July 2017, the
The Black History 101 Mobile Museum is a collection of over 7,000 original artifacts of Black memorabilia dating from the trans-Atlantic slave trade era to hip-hop culture, which has been personally collected over the past 26 years by mobile museum founder, Khalid el-Hakim. Beginning as a small private collection, Khalid
LOCAL AGW was founded by Cathleen Schulte and Kristen Rickman Southworth as an organization to maintain and develop the Broadway Pollinator Garden in Oakland, California, an Adopt-A-Highway location at the Broadway exit of Highway 24. Their mission is to create a beautiful community space in an urban setting that supports a
"My College Going Self" project, headed by Shenika S. Jackson and co-partner Jvonne Foster, plans to decrease high school drop-out rates and to enroll more African American males in higher education. The project aims to educate young African American males about the history of African American "historians", the importance of