Grant Projects Tagged With Education

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

Arbela Akwa – Kilifi Mobile Library

2017-12-05T09:20:40+00:00

This project involves collecting books from Pwani University and transporting them to two primary schools in the remote outskirts of Kilifi, Kenya. The Kilifi Mobile Library team will collaborate with teachers to read books to children to encourage reading culture and train teacher-librarians on cataloguing, classification and preservation of information [...]

Alexandria King (Executive Director & Co-Founder) and Danielle Klemm (Curriculum Developer) – Self-Love Series workshop

2017-11-28T14:12:52+00:00

First Love Yourself's workshop, Self-Love Series, is a 12-week program that aims to increase levels of self-love among marginalized youth from the Sacramento community. Marginalized youth face many uphill battles, and working to increase levels of self-love will help youth develop a more positive personal narrative as well as increase [...]

Sophia Hanson – National Youth Foundation – Amazing Women’s Edition

2017-12-13T16:55:26+00:00

The National Youth Foundation (NYF), and founders Sophia Hanson, Jamee Joppy and Carolyn Crawford, created the Amazing Women’s Edition competition to promote diversity and gender equality in student literature. The Amazing Women's Edition calls upon students in grades K-8 to get to know extraordinary women in their communities and to [...]

Kausalya Raman – English Kadhavu, Bridging the Language Divide in India

2017-11-10T12:43:15+00:00

English Kadhavu is an organization created by University of California Davis student Kausalya Raman that aims to bridge the language divide that exists in Tamilnadu, India. Kausalya, along with the organization’s Director of Development, Shreya Sodhi, accomplish this by designing, developing, and distributing supplemental English learning material to underprivileged students. [...]

Turning Point Resolutions – TPR Development Center

2017-11-07T13:00:48+00:00

Development worker Nyamwenge Beatrice Kimezere founded Turning Point Resolutions, a development center that equips children, youth, women, and men of Uganda with the skills to engage in livelihood activities and escape poverty. The project was started to bridge the employment gap in Uganda, a low developed country suffering from poverty [...]

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