Grant Projects Tagged With Underserved Communities

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

Liyanna Sadowsky, Daisy Ozim, Lucy O’leary – Earth Freedom Collective

2018-12-11T13:42:58+00:00

Earth Freedom Collective is a decentralized network of cooperative buildings and urban/rural eco-villages for racial & economic justice, community health, and climate resilience. Their work centers on creating ecologically and spiritually thriving communities through the construction of urban eco-neighborhoods and rural eco-villages. They carry a shared vision for restoring indigenous [...]

Queer Magic Crew & Queer Resilience Squad – Building Queer Community at Permaculture Convergence

2018-11-27T11:50:45+00:00

This fall, Queer Ecojustice Project is working with prominent environmental organizations in Northern California (Permaculture Convergence and Bioneers Conference), to create and facilitate LGBTQ-affirming safer spaces and offer Queer Ecologies workshops. We will be increasing inclusion in these conferences by organizing a cohort of LGBTQ young adults from fire-impacted areas [...]

Society of Refugee Healthcare Providers – Webinar Educational Series for Medical Providers Serving Refugees

2018-11-06T00:22:30+00:00

The Society of Refugee Healthcare Providers is a small start-up Medical Society dedicated to educating medical providers who serve refugees. Understanding the appropriate care of refugees is a necessity for those providing this humanitarian service. The Society will utilize funding to create a webinar educational series for medical providers throughout [...]

Abiodun Adereni – HelpMum

2018-10-09T12:44:04+00:00

Every day, hundreds of mothers and babies in Africa die during childbirth. According to UNICEF “Every single day, Nigeria loses about 2,300 children under five and 145 women of childbearing age. This makes the country the second largest contributor to the under–five and maternal mortality rate in the world.” A [...]

Kepha Abongo- Boya Women Support Group – Loom Machine for Stitching Orphans glitches in Muhuru Bay

2018-10-01T15:27:32+00:00

In Muhuru-Bay, orphans have special physical and psychological needs which are not adequately met by a community already weakened by AIDS and burdened with oppression, poverty and disease. These orphans are left without food, shelter, clothing, healthcare, education and parental support. Vulnerable and financially desperate orphaned children are more likely [...]

Jenifa Ogutu Oduory – Pawpaw commercialization for profit and improved livelihood

2018-09-26T02:31:12+00:00

Jenifa Ogutu Oduory is the founder of the project, Pawpaw Commercialization for Profit and Improved Livelihood, located in Kenya. It is a project aimed at improving the socio-economic conditions of the communities living around the region in hopes of taming the prevailing poverty and unemployment. The project is managed by [...]

Gloria Calhoun, M.Ed. – Harvesting Scholars College & Career Mentorship Program

2018-08-27T06:13:40+00:00

Gloria Calhoun is the founder of Harvesting Scholars College & Career Mentorship program. From personal experience, Gloria knew how stressful and frustrating the college selection, application and admission process could be. When her son and niece were freshmen in high school, she experienced as a parent how frustrating and difficult [...]

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