The Susan T. Buffett Foundation has offered scholarships to college students in Nebraska for over 50 years. Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis to first-time freshman entering college who live in Nebraska, graduate from a Nebraska high school (or GED) with plans to attend a Nebraska public college, and demonstrate financial need.
The table below shows the maximum term (semester or quarter) award of The Susan T. Buffett Scholarship at each public college in Nebraska for the 2022-2023 academic year based on tuition and fee amounts at each college. The scholarship funds can be applied to any part of your cost of attendance (COA) at any of the eligible Nebraska public colleges.
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The Sherwood Foundation (SF) is a Omaha, Nebraska-based 501 (c) (3) grantmaking foundation founded and chaired by Susan A. Buffet, the daughter of billionaire investor and left-wing donor Warren Buffet. Sherwood Foundation assets were $376,758,547 in 2018 and the foundation provided $147,538,375 in grants in 2018.
- 3555 FARNAM STREET, OMAHA, 68131-3311, NE
- 501 (c) (3)-PF
The Sherwood Foundation focuses on public education and poverty alleviation – mainly in Omaha, Nebraska. The Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation (formerly The Buffett Foundation) works globally on women’s health issues and nuclear disarmament.
Dec 17, 2020 · In response to community concerns that outside interests are asserting major influence in the ownership and control of North O property, NOISE asked a prime player in real estate holdings, Susie Buffett, to explain the rationale and process behind acquisitions made by her Sherwood Foundation and RH Land Management.
- 2422 Lake Street Omaha, NE, 68111 United States
Using a two generation approach, we support programs and practices that bridge the opportunity gap for families and help students achieve their greatest potential. As a reminder, due to the Sherwood Foundation’s emergency COVID-19 grants and other committed funding, there is reduced funding available for this year’s Program and Capital ...