Grant Projects Tagged With Education
Read about grantees who have received funding from a Pollination Project grant .
Glenview Elementary is organizing Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Sports Clinics for 2016-2017. An anti-bullying prevention program, SEL Sports Clinics are a fun and active way to: Cultivate youth leadership, Teach the toolkit (https://dovetaillearning.org/toolbox/the-12-tools/), Strengthen relationships and friendships, Prevent bullying and aggressive behaviors through peer interactions, increase physical activity and wellness, and
The Milwaukee Veg Expo is a vegan outreach project of Citizens United for Animals. CUFA is a Milwaukee, WI area, all-volunteer 501(c)3 charity, led by many area vegan heroes, dedicated to transforming the world by planting seeds of compassion through education and animal rescue initiatives. The Expo is an annual
"The paper bag project (Beabio Packs) is an initiative conceived by Yong Nelly Shella with the support of Yonga Bernard and RUWDEC team members in Buea South West Region of Cameroon. This project seeks to launch a public campaign by engaging youths in the recycling of craft papers in to
Hand pumps are one of the most economical solutions to providing a collective supply of drinking water in rural areas and suburban environments. Felecia K Gworlekaju and Antoinette Brow have created Water is Life out of Duazon, Liberia to provide water sustainability and healthy water stewardship. Five hand pumps will
David Oduor Mulo uses soccer among other sports as a way to provide awareness opportunities to students, teachers and the greater community in Nairobi, Kenya. The Community Impact Program is led by local coaches and addresses urgent issues, including environmental conservation. Intervention workshops are strategically placed and include both games
The efforts to close the diversity gaps in education and workforce seems to not be working as recent statistics shows that only 1% Hispanic women are working in computing jobs. In Saint Petersburg, Florida, Nikhil Sharma and fellow high school students have established FLASTEM, with support from Pinellas County Schools
The Multicultural Leadership Project empowers refugee and immigrant youth in Aurora, Colorado. Through the program, high school students of all cultural and religious backgrounds share personal experiences, develop skills and assume leadership roles within their school community. The participation in this leadership initiative allows refugee and immigrant youth to voice and process their own cultural adjustment challenges and grow from them. The community projects will focus on helping their newly-arrived peers feel welcomed and supported in their adjustment to a new school, culture and home in the United States.