Layups for Life Skills: This Week In Daily Giving

This week at The Pollination Project, we recognize seven individuals from across the globe who have projects that are leading movements of change. In Palestine, students develop campaigns that help out our four-legged friends while in Florida, law enforcement personnel challenge youth to a game of pickup basketball to demonstrate the partnership and support they have for one another. With these individuals coming together for change, we are reminded that our differences only make us stronger.

We wish our seven newest recipients big congratulations!

Maìra Bueno de Carvalho, The Farmer, Atibaia, Brazil. A documentary highlights farmers and the differences between conventional and organic techniques.

Emmanuel Mbaji Mruu, TAKKAZI, Mombasa, Kenya. A movement leading women and youth to transform waste to wealth through recycling efforts and management training.

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Liz Tyson and Ahmad Safi, Young Palestinians for Animal Protection, West Bank, Palestine. University students are trained as mentors to encourage schoolchildren lead campaigns around animal welfare.

Theodore Sottong, 2nd Annual Teammates vs. Local Law Enforcement Basketball Game and Community Event, Fort Myers, Florida, USA. Pickup basketball builds life skills among youth while connecting them with law enforcement mentors.

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Mary Wakai, Widows Working for Widows, Buea, Cameroon. 500 widows work as agents of change bringing equal rights to fellow widows, including owning property.

Linelly Olmeda Santos, Building Community Through Movement and Dance for Children in Foster Care, Holland, Michigan, USA. Creative movement and dance therapy addresses the emotional, physical, cognitive and behavioral needs of children in foster care.

Robinson Stinfil and Jean Marc Gideon, Clean Water and Sanitation Project, Bombardopolis, Haiti. Waterborne diseases are addressed while improved water and sanitation solutions are provided to the community.

Do you have a project with the intent to help make the world a better home for all? We accept grant applications for Pollination Project seed grants, every day of the year. We love learning about changemakers across all continents and hemispheres and all they are doing to spread compassion, peace, environmental sustainability, generosity and justice.