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Grant #66:

Anyone who's experienced the loss of a loved one knows how hard it can be to express its impact in words -- and even harder, perhaps, to find a pair of empathetic ears.

Grant #65:

Those who plan to succeed, must first learn to read. That seems to be the thinking behind Angeline Makore's latest brainchild for social change, the Spark Girls Mentorship Program.

Grant #61:

Every year this group of four artists goes back to the land where four years ago, they started a project to rebuild a cabin and create a creative learning place for artists.

Grant #59:

A group of theater artists target New York City boroughs with a zany pop-up shop that challenges you to rethink recycling.

Grant #58:

Central Texas Birth Center is creating a positive birth experience for low-income moms in Texas.

Grant #57:

Keep the wheels moving! Edgehill Bike Club gives kids in Tennessee something positive to do to stay out of trouble and see the world around them in a new perspective - on a bike.

Grant #56: is a place to share the unbelievably hilarious, and unexpectedly beautiful terrain of navigating your life after a death.

Grant #55:

Kate Spanos and Dominique Mbaye are rousing up the tiny island of Montserrat with spicy Irish reels alongside African rhythms that'll surely make you want to do a little Irish jig.

Grant #54:

Dedicated to bringing comfort to foster children with gifts books and pajamas, the Angel Heart Pajama Project also reminds us of the goodness in the world.



After 11+ years, we’re signing off and closing applications for good. We’ve supported 571 projects with $571,000 in grant dollars. We’re so proud to have celebrated such incredible work. Please visit for more information on other AWESOME chapters! And thanks for sharing so much awesomeness with us.

Team Awesome Without Borders