Bus Project Foundation Oregon

The Bus Project is an innovative vehicle for hands on democracy. The group works to drive votes, drive leaders, and drive change. Founded in 2001, the Bus Project has mobilized thousands of volunteers and activists around the state of Oregon, bringing voters out of the woodwork, creating forums to learn about candidates and policy issues. The Bus Project does it all, with one constant: combining fun and politics.

Bus Project Foundation has been a Brainerd Foundation grantee since 2010.

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Bus Project fellows registering voters. Photo courtesy of the Bus Project Foundation.

Photo courtesy of the Bus Project.

Bus Project Foundation Grant history

2017

$25,000 - To build the pipeline of civically engaged young leaders in Oregon. Conservation capacity

2016

$3,400 - To participate in the Nonprofit Executive Leadership Institute at the University of Washington. Conservation capacity

2016

$40,000 - To build the pipeline of civically engaged young leaders in Oregon. Conservation capacity

2015

$35,000 - To build the pipeline of civically engaged young leaders in Oregon. Conservation capacity

2014

$30,000 - To build a pipeline of civically engaged new leaders in Oregon. Conservation capacity

2013

$30,000 - To build the pipeline of civically engaged new leaders in Oregon. Conservation capacity

2011

$30,000 - To engage and educate the next generation of Oregon's citizen leaders. Conservation capacity

2010

$25,000 - To develop a strategic plan and complete an executive leadership transition. Conservation capacity

2010

$3,000 - For an assessment of the Bus Project Foundation's development system. Opportunity fund