$2,060,000 the first year and $2,140,000 the second year are for partnerships involving multiple organizations, which may include the Minnesota Historical Society, to preserve and enhance access to Minnesota's history and cultural heritage in all regions of the state.
In FY16, the majority of respondents from the Tours for People with Memory Loss (95%) rated their overall experience as excellent or very good. The remaining 5% rated their overall experience as good. In total, 100% of participants had a positive experience overall. For FY17, maintain those strong numbers.
In FY16, 68 percent of families, 66 percent of adults, and 63 percent of young adults at programs felt very satisfied with physical accessibility. FY17 goal - increase number of very satisfied with physical accessibility to 68 percent for all (families, adults, and young adults).
In FY16, 66 percent of adults, 64 percent of families, and 63 percent of young adults strongly agreed that the programs felt welcoming and inclusive of their identity(ies). FY17 goal - increase the number of strongly agreed to 66 percent for all (adults, families, and young adults)
In FY16, MNHS staff attended 12 community events and had a table and visual presence to raise awareness of the organization. In addition, we are in the process of assessing the growth of MNHS staff who staffed the tables on their development of inclusion skills and comfort in working with diverse communities. DICE staff hosted 6 sponsored events for community based organizations at the Minnesota History Center.