Hive Fund RFP 2017 Redesign

Dear Hive community member and trusted stakeholder, the Hive Chicago Fund and Network have begun a design process to assess and evolve the Request for Proposals (RFP) documentation, application, and grantee support program. Our goal is to identify the highest priority areas of need for our community in order to make the greatest possible impact through grantmaking.

We have identified several design challenges and we invite you to respond to them in the questions below. First, we'd like to know a little more about you.

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    How Might We Questions

    Please help us consider how we might use the RFP to achieve our priority goals, articulated below. If you feel strongly that some area of inquiry is or is not worth consideration, please don't leave it blank. Instead, let us know why we should or shouldn't focus our energy there.
    ...reach and engage teachers in schools with Connected Learning, Digital and Web Literacy?
    ...identify and better engage the most at-risk youth in high-quality Connected Learning, digital and web lit programs?
    ...support organizations, adults, and youth – with resources and professional development – to quickly innovate or experiment with new learning strategies?
    ...create more robust mechanisms for spread, scale, and financial sustainability of successful program models and and techniques.
    ...share information in order to self-identify successes and shortfalls in achieving outcomes and measures?
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