Our support for community challenges

COVID-19 Racial Injustice

The Consensus Council

12 grants from 2000-2019
Bismarck
ND

Grants Received

$264,000
in
2019
Program
Community Innovation Grants
Term
26 months

Bismarck, ND — To continue to administer a Community Innovation Grants program that supports community problem-solving in North Dakota

$113,000
in
2018
Program
Community Innovation Grants
Term
14 months

Bismarck, ND — To continue to administer a Community Innovation Grants program that supports community problem-solving in North Dakota

$110,000
in
2017
Program
Community Innovation Grants
Term
14 months

Bismarck, ND — To continue to administer a Community Innovation Grant program that supports community problem-solving in North Dakota

$110,000
in
2016
Program
Community Innovation Grants
Term
14 months

Bismarck, ND — To continue to administer a Community Innovation Grants program that supports community-problem solving in North Dakota

$10,000
in
2015
Program
Event Sponsorship
Term
3 months

Bismarck, ND — Sponsorship of the 15th Annual International Legislators Forum

$110,000
in
2015
Program
Community Innovation Grants
Term
14 months

Bismarck, ND — To continue to administer a Community Innovation Grants program that supports community problem-solving in North Dakota

$111,927
in
2014
Program
Community Innovation Grants
Term
13 months

Bismarck, ND — To continue to administer a Community Innovation Grants program that supports community problem-solving in North Dakota

$25,000
in
2013
Program
Community Innovation Grants
Term
9 months

Bismarck, ND — Design process and capacity building for the Community Innovation small grants intermediary in North Dakota and the Native Nations that share its geography

$99,822
in
2013
Program
Community Innovation Grants
Term
13 months

Bismarck, ND — To administer a community innovation small grants program that supports community problem-solving in North Dakota

$25,000
in
2010
Program
Past Programs
Term
5 months

Bismarck, ND — Conduct up to five sessions in North Dakota communities where participants will learn about North Dakota data, increase connections to other citizens, generate ideas to address tough problems, and influence decisions in their state and communities

$150,000
in
2006
Term
37 months

Bismarck, ND — To help rural school districts develop cooperative arrangements to preserve effective education programs in a time of declining enrollments

$825,000
in
2000
Term
48 months

Bismarck, ND — To support rural revitalization projects