Creating Opportunities: This Week in Daily Giving

2016-01-08-1452255570-3878581-TheFriendlyVolunteers.jpgEvery week seeds are planted with the goal of impacting individuals, communities, and the world at large. This week at The Pollination Project, we supported projects that are invested in providing much-needed resources within communities. Whether it's supplying volunteers to complete vital community service projects, building an inclusive playground for children to engage in social play, or putting dance shoes on the feet of underprivileged children in Los Angeles, we are sowing seeds of generosity and compassion across the globe.

Congratulations to our most recent grantees:

Keagan Anfuso and Drew Brown, The Grey Area, Jacksonville, Florida. A documentary film providing insight into how the antiquated stereotypical definitions of gender affect the life of a masculine female.

Ralitsa Rano, Multicultural Leadership Project, Denver and Aurora, Colorado. Focuses on empowering refugee and immigrant youth through discovering the skills required to be a leader in multicultural schools and communities.

Jennilie Brewster, True Feelings: Personal Narrative Workshop for Coler, New York, New York. A personal-narrative workshop for residents at Coler Nursing-and-Rehabilitative Facility who are affected by gun violence.

Taylor Golden, Taylor's Dance Closet, Lakewood, CA. Provides gently used dance shoes (tap, ballet, jazz) for free to help children in Los Angeles County who want to dance but can't afford to buy shoes.

Angela Robinson, Richard Williams, Dorothy Ogala and Charles Hurt, The Friendly Volunteers, Baltimore, Maryland. A youth-based organization that works with children ages 12-18, creating opportunities for its members to participate in community service in and around the Greater Baltimore area.

Deborah Severin, Zachary's Playground, Powder Springs, Georgia. An inclusive play area that promotes social integration and matures children's skills and attitudes towards others.

Do you have a project to change the world for the better? We accept grant applications for Pollination Project seed grants, every day of the year. We love learning about new changemakers and all they are doing to spread compassion, peace, environmental sustainability, generosity and justice all over the globe.