A More Balanced World
A More Balanced World is founded on the belief that there is an imbalance in terms of educational possibilities for the children of privilege and those of the impoverished, and a great desire among many people of means to help the less fortunate. With the strong conviction that awareness and education are keys to self-sufficiency, human dignity, and a better future, we opt for the long term solution of supporting children in their educational goals, rather than other temporary ‘fixes’.
A More Balanced World will target the areas of the world, where due to lack of sufficient means and material, parents and/or schools are unable to provide an adequate level of education to the children. To make contact with the target beneficiaries, the organization will establish affiliates within local communities to help identify the eligible students and coordinate distribution of funds and donated material. The organization may also leverage relationships with existing entities with established networks and infrastructure within many communities around the globe, for distribution of its services.
Serving Africa-Led Transformation – SALT uk – exists to help prevent and relieve poverty and human suffering. We do this by serving and supporting our partners in Africa who are often working with some of the poorest of the poor. Our goal is to help break the common cycles and chains of poverty and dependency by seeing effective transformation that is owned and being led by Africa, for Africa in Africa.
Through strong long-term relationships, SALT uk serves partners who are truly investing in people and communities. Consequently, our view of the future includes hope for change and transformation that is lasting and makes a positive difference to people’s lives.
The Pollination Project
The Pollination Project seeks to unleash GOODNESS and expand COMPASSION all over the world. We make worldwide daily seed grants to inspiring social change-makers who are committed to a world that works for all.
Our daily grant making began on January 1, 2013 and since then, we have funded a different project every single day. We also make larger impact grants of up to $5000 to projects that have demonstrated impact and success.
Through a global network of grantees and community partners, we identify extraordinary grassroots leaders who would not likely qualify for funding from other foundations or institutions. Once they have the backing of The Pollination Project, grantees often leverage their grant into more funding, building their team, media attention and more.