Sprouting Change: This Week In Daily Giving

This week at The Pollination Project, we recognize seven grantees who are receiving seed grants that are sprouting change in the community for all, from plants and animals to pregnant mothers and at-risk youth. Igor Korsunsky steps back into history to connect and share with youth its impacts while David Silver introduces youth to some of the gentle giants of the animal kingdom.

Congratulations to our seven recent grantees:

Simiya Sudduth, With Child: Zine + Plant Based Nutrition Workshops for Low Income Pregnant & Breastfeeding Mothers, Saint Louis, Missouri. Low-income women of color are provided education and guidance on holistic, plant-based nutrition during their pregnancy and breastfeeding stages.

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Elizabeth Alberts, EarthVoice Podcast, Fairfax, Virginia. Radio listeners are taken to the front lines of animal rights and environmental campaigns that are working to save our planet.

Little Oak Sanctuary, Be The Change You Wish to See In The World, Manar, Australia. Animal rights are addressed through flyer distribution introducing the animal species from Little Oak Sanctuary to the greater community.

Jean Claude Wafo Fotso, Printing of Environmental Education Books, Bamenda, Cameroon. Children at twenty schools receive environmental education through the printing of books.

Igor Korsunsky, School Museum Ukraine, Lubny, Ukraine. Students are educated about the mass killing of the Jews in Lubny and its greater global impact.

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David Silver, Detroit Horse Power's 2016 Horseback Riding Summer Camp, Detroit, Michigan. At-risk urban youth gain life skills by learning how to care and ride horses.

Vivian Williams-Kurutz, Finish Line: From Assessment, Analysis, Solution to Implementation!, New York, New York. People of all backgrounds gather for meditation and mindfulness to promote their potential and personal transformation.

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 changemakers across the globe and all they are doing to spread compassion, peace, environmental sustainability, generosity and justice.