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October 03, 2016

Rolling application process aims to make selection process faster, more responsive.

August 08, 2016

The Bush Foundation works to inspire and support creative problem solving. That means we spend a lot of time thinking about problems. Thinking about problems can be dispiriting and painful. That is particularly true when the problems directly affect the lives of our staff and their communities. Read our Reasons for Hope.

August 02, 2016

Eileen Briggs, executive director of Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Ventures, will join the Bush Foundation to lead its Native Nation Building initiative.

July 12, 2016

Jennifer Ford Reedy leads the Bush Foundation with a consultant's logic, artist's creativity and therapist's listening ability.

June 15, 2016

32 organizations will receive over $5 million through our 2016 Community Innovation grant program. Funds will support problem-solving efforts across a range of issue areas.

May 26, 2016

In 2014 we introduced bMagazine, an annual showcase for people who think bigger and think differently about what’s possible in their communities.  

May 06, 2016

The Bush Foundation recently welcomed Carly Bad Heart Bull as its Native nations activities manager and Erica Orton as its learning and evaluation manager. The Foundation also announced June Noronha will step down from her role as interim Nation building portfolio director in August.

April 20, 2016

Bush Foundation expands Ecosystem grants to all programs and intiatives. The grants provide general operating support to organizations that help create an environment for its its work to be successful.

April 07, 2016

The Bush Prize is awarded to organizations with a proven record of creating breakthrough solutions to community problems. In a region with so many organizations making great ideas happen, what makes Bush Prize winners stand out?

 
 
March 22, 2016

We're proud to announce the 2016 Bush Fellows, 24 leaders chosen for their records of achievement and their extraordinary potential to make significant contributions in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and 23 Native nations that share the same geography.