March 29, 2020

I’ve long been involved with a nonprofit called The Pollination Project that every day gifts a $1,000 seed grant to a group or individual who is making the world a better place. 

That’s how I got connected with Sammy Kinyanjui Kamau, Project Coordinator of the Inuka na...

March 25, 2020

I’m walking around the empty cul-de-sac for the third time that phone call, aimlessly chatting with a friend when a bit of rough air catches in my throat and I cough.

'Sorry,' I say into the dangling earbud microphone, 'I’m not sick, it just smells like burning leaves a...

March 22, 2020

I’ve long been involved with a nonprofit called The Pollination Project that every day gifts a $1,000 seed grant to a group or individual who is making the world a better place. 

That’s how I got connected with Ms. Nalumansi Phionah, founder of the Kiyita Foundation in...

March 18, 2020

Pacing around my bedroom on the phone with a dear friend and mentor when I hear “Riley’s Way” for the first time. I don’t know anything about it but within 30 seconds, I find myself wanting to know everything about it. He connects me to one of the staff members there a...

March 15, 2020

I’ve long been involved with a nonprofit called The Pollination Project that every day gifts a $1,000 seed grant to a group or individual who is making the world a better place. 

That’s how I got connected with Henry Mkare of Kilifi, Kenya. Henry is the Founder and Dire...

March 11, 2020

This is a guest post written by Taylor Deckant. Taylor lives life by the motto "Dream Big" and is always trying to find ways to give back. She always finds the good in people and is very happy to contribute to a movement she truly believes in.

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When I was younger,...

March 8, 2020

I’ve long been involved with a nonprofit called The Pollination Project that every day gifts a $1,000 seed grant to a group or individual who is making the world a better place. 

That’s how I got connected with Franca Ma-ih Sulem Yong, the Founder of Afrogiveness Projec...

March 4, 2020

God bless this blog that makes me write when I feel heartbroken and makes me schedule posts when I’m not in the mood. God bless this blog that forces me to sit down at my computer twice a week and spill my heart simply because of a promise I made years ago to write. Go...

March 1, 2020

I don’t remember how I originally stumbled across the Cultivate Kindness Box, but once I found it, I was hooked. 

I was even more impressed when I learned that it was founded by 16-year-old Lyndsi Moore. 

Nothing is more inspiration than seeing young people working to cr...

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