Yes. We are excited to support you in your work and learn with you ways to create regional change for common good.
2. Can I attend the iLab even if I am not applying for funding through the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Fund?
Yes. The iLab is being offerred as a benefit to anybody who wants to learn a collaborative design process.
Yes. Each iLab is unique and meant to give attendees resources and tools that increase effectiveness.
The Executive Director and one project/program champion. We believe this combination of attendees will allow you to better integrate the practice of collaborative program design into your organization.
This iLab is intended for Executive Directors and one project/program champion in your agency. If one of you cannot attend, we want to work with you to identify an alternative attendee. Please call Jacqueline Ehlers at 239-274-5900 to initiate this process.
No. Both the Southwest Florida Community Foundation and the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation believe the experience of iLab is important to this and future grant processes. This is why we will work with you to ensure the right people from your organization participate in the learning event.
The iLab is to give you the tools and techniques you can use for future collaborations. However, it is likely that you will be able to use the techniques you learn to put some finishing touches on your submission.
- Welcome and Introduction of Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Grant process
- Topic 1 – Community Context
- Topic 2 – Collective Goal-Making Activity
- Mission Gallery Walk
- Topic 3 – Theory of Change
- Topic 4 – Asset-Based Community Development/Appreciative Program Design
- Topic 5 – Collaborative Program Design (logic model building)
- Next Steps