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Pollen’s Family of Non-Profits Knows the Value of Good Design

Over the years, we have been highly priviledged to work with some amazing non-profits that are doing an incredible amount of good for those who they serve.

These organizations decided to make the investment in powerful design to communicate their missions and recruit support.

We invite you to peruse these worthy causes, and if you are so inclined, we would be delighted if you decide to support them in any way you can.

ZGiRLS

ZGiRLS is an 8-month annual program that is designed to help girls to succeed in sport and life by providing mentorship, education and support. ZGiRLS educates and empowers girls to become more confident, centered and courageous women, and aspires to help girls knock down all internal barriers (the self-doubt, fear, and insecurity) and operate from a place of ZERO limitations.

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Visit ZGiRLS.org

Mission First Housing Group

Mission First Housing Group develops and manages affordable, safe and sustainable homes for people in need, with a focus on the vulnerable. They ensure residents have access to resources to help them live independently and deliver housing that provides long-term benefits to residents and neighborhoods, alike.

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Visit missionfirsthousing.org

SoSheDid

So She Did is a not-for-profit social movement with the mission to help women invest in themselves from the inside out.

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Visit soshedid.org

Art Start

Art Start nurtures the voices, hearts and minds of New York City’s marginalized youth for the purpose of personal development through consistent, creative workshops inside homeless shelters, alternative to incarceration programs, and partnering youth agencies.

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Visit art-start.org

Veterans Rebuilding Life

Veterans Rebuilding Life is a certified non-profit organization, created and run by veterans, that helps wounded children and veterans that are harmed in the crossfire of war.

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Visit veteransrebuildinglife.org