The Power of Youth Challenge, which is made possible through support from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, encourages and inspires youth-led remote service projects related to COVID-19 that young people can lead safely from home. QuaranGreen was awarded a mini-grant and guidance from the America's Promise Campaign.
The K4C Program is the bridge between ideas and action. This program provides teens inspiration and financial support to take their ideas and burgeoning projects to the next, increasingly impactful level. These young people are citizen leaders, endeavoring to make and already making a difference in our world. By helping build and better the communities in which they live, they help repair our world. QuaranGreen was honored with a rapid-response COVID-19 grant to expand the organiation.
TThe Young Leaders grant program is geared towards groups led by young adults. Working with the Grass Roots Fund, QuaranGreen has made environmental sustainability and produce security at the cornerstone of its mission, a student-led practice that defines the endurance of young community aid.
In tandem with trainings, mentorship, and peer-to-peer grantee hubs and support groups, The Pollination Project fosters collaboration among grantees and community partners through our global network, providing a wellspring of support to grassroots innovators through financial and non-financial means. QuaranGreen is a proud member of this community and is honored to be awarded the Polination Projects Grant.
Peace First launched a rapid response grant process to help young people around the world lead projects that address community impacts of COVID-19. QuaranGreen started with the kickstarting mini-grant recieved from the PeaceFirst foundation and it grateful for all of the support provided as a part of the PeaceFirst family.