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Ecosystem Grants


The Bush Foundation will provide general operating support to organizations through a new funding opportunity: Ecosystem Grants.

Foundation President Jen Ford Reedy says. “We call them ecosystem organizations because they help create an environment for big things to happen in the region.”

Ecosystem grants will be offered across all Foundation programs and strategic initiatives. The grants will help sustain organizations that create unique and significant value for our grantees, Fellows, Rebuilders and others.

Eligible organizations can apply beginning May 3 through May 26, 2016 at noon Central.

The Foundation will host two online info sessions for organizations interested in learning more about Ecosystem grants.

The first session, on Thursday, April 28 from 3:30 to 4:15 pm Central, will focus on Ecosystem grant details, including selection criteria, application process and timeline.

The second session, on Friday, May 6 from 11:15 am to 12 pm Central, will review the Foundation’s programs and strategic initiatives.

Visit our Ecosystem page for more information and to register for an online info session


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