The Bush Foundation's Community Innovation Grants

There is a lot of work that happens in between identifying a community problem and implementing a new breakthrough solution. This is especially true if you want to engage your community, make the most of existing assets and work collaboratively with other organizations along the way. That is why the Bush Foundation aims to aid with that process with their Community Innovation grants, which are funds that support the work that it takes to create a community innovation.

The Bush Foundation looks to you to identify and define your community. This could be a geographic community, or it could be a community of common interest or racial/cultural identity. The Foundation Board does not prioritize specific issues and instead are open to projects that address all sorts of community needs. Projects can be at various stages of the innovation process including identifying the need, increasing collective understanding of the issue, generating ideas, or testing and implementing solutions. Proposals can focus on one area or span multiple stages.

Amount: $500-$200,000.
Deadline: N/A

Click here to apply and to learn more!