The Bush Prize is about inspiration. We tell the stories of Bush Prize winners to inspire problem solvers across the region — and we do it to inspire others to apply for the Bush Prize.
If you work with an organization with a track record of solving tough problems in your community, we want to hear from you. We work hard to be accessible to grant seekers, and we want you to be successful. If you fit the criteria, we believe you should have the tools and support at your fingertips to get funding from us. Consider this a reminder that we’re here to help!
Take a look at the resources available on our website as you think about your fit with the Bush Prize. One example is the Bush Prize Case Studies, which we produce about all of our winners, in partnership with Pollen. These are not only meant to be inspirational; they are meant to be instructive to everyone working on problem solving within our region. When you read through them, we hope you see the commonalities between all Bush Prize winners and their special way of working. The case studies paint a picture of how Prize winners create systems-wide change, and we hope that they give you a clear idea of what it means to have a track record of innovation.