Area service agencies join Recoding Organizational DNA effortPosted on July 08, 2014 by Michael Corley, consultant with The Patterson Foundation
As I mentioned in previous posts, the Recoding Organizational DNA initiative is an opportunity for agencies serving those less fortunate to enhance and amplify operational capacity through a collaborative series of workshops.
The following organizations will take part in Recoding Organizational DNA:
- All Faiths Food Bank, Inc.
- Catholic Charities, Diocese of Venice, Inc.
- The Center of Hope of South County, Inc.
- Coastal Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.
- Family Promise of Sarasota
- The Glasser/Schoenbaum Human Services Center
- Goodwill Manasota, Inc.
- Harvest House Transitional Centers
- Hope Kids Community
- Jewish Family & Children’s Service of the Suncoast, Inc.
- Legal Aid of Manasota, Inc.
- Resurrection House, Inc.
- Sarasota Family YMCA
- Suncoast Partnership to End Homelessness, Inc.
- Trinity Without Borders, Inc
- United Way 2-1-1 of Manasota, Inc.
Beginning July 11, these organizations, which serve people experiencing homelessness, will begin participating in these workshops.
It is important to note that each organization has its own expertise, mission and aspirations. While the unifying topic for participating in Recoding Organizational DNA is homelessness, the work that will be conducted is not an attempt to solve the homelessness issue. (There are other organizations and groups of organizations working toward that goal.) The purpose is to explore how diverse organizations can unify around a common theme to share and learn, and to use their respective areas of focus to collectively make an impact.
Six monthly workshops culminate in January 2015 (no lab in December). Each will build upon the previous, with the intent that this continued learning will deepen the mission impact of each organization.
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