The Foundationís Bush Prize for Community Innovation honors and supports innovative organizations with a track record of making great ideas happen. The Foundation is committed to addressing racial and economic disparities. At least 50 percent of the Prize winners will be organizations working to address disparities. The Foundation defines these organizations as ones that are working to actively reduce structural and/or systemic gaps in access, outcomes, opportunities, or treatment based on race/ethnicity or economic standing. The Prize must be used for a charitable purpose. Prize winners must be located in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota or one of the 23 Native nations that share the same geography. Prize winners will receive a recognition package, including a flexible grant of 25 percent of the organizationís last fiscal year budget, up to $500,000. Additional information and application information can be found on the Web site.
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