Fundraising: Grant The Pollination Project-2013
Ador Copiii Association is proud to announce the winning of a grant provided by The Pollination Project. The Pollination Project, a non-profit organization that provides grants every day of the year for projects in the problematic areas, have granted us on November 12, 2013 $ 1,000 for our advocacy work in the field of adoption.
The Pollination Project emphasizes projects that expand compassion in the world, in issues that include environmental stewardship, animal protection, social justice, community health and wellness, and arts and culture.
The project „ Cristina Gallegos and Simona Czudar, Ador Copiii: Advocacy for Abandoned Children” can be consulted here. Cristina Gallegos is director of operations for JMC and president of Advisory Board for ADOR Copiii Association – the Adoptive Families Community, and Simona Czudar is the executive director and founding member of ADOR Copiii Association.
After winning this grant, the Association will benefit from the experience of leading organizations with similar profile, for guidance on advocacy work, for positive results. Through this project, Cristina hopes to provide those she mentors with new ways of thinking, tools for communication and negotiation, and increased knowledge of early childhood development and working with vulnerable populations.
Funding from the Pollination Project will go towards the training and mentoring costs. Thus, with this grant, we will purchase the materials from the Zero to Three Conference in December, in San Antonio (Texas, USA) where we participate, thus having access to the know-how of other organizations with great experience in our reference field.
We thank all supporters for their contributions, for joining our vision and for the impact in the lives of the children and families in our attention!
About The Pollination Project you can find out more on their website,http://www.thepollinationproject.org, Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/ThePollinationProject, and Twitter account, @pollinationproj, using the hashtag #seedthechange to start a topic.