WI Partnership Program: Applicants Sought for Community Awards

The Wisconsin Partnership Program at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health is seeking applicants for its two major community award programs. The WI Comprehensive Cancer Control Program encourages partners and WI Cancer Council members to apply for a cancer related project using the WI Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan 2015-2020 as a framework.
 
Community Impact Grants provide up to $1 million over five-years to support large-scale, evidence-based, community-academic partnerships aimed at achieving sustainable policy, systems and/or environmental changes that will improve health, health equity and well-being in Wisconsin. Learn more about Community Impact Grants. 
 
Community Opportunity Grants provide up to $50,000 in support for up to two years to implement and evaluate strategies identified in community health improvement plans and needs assessments. The grants are designed to enhance collaboration among public health departments, nonprofit organizations, hospitals, clinics, health care systems, schools, businesses and government leaders on community-identified health priorities. Learn more about Community Opportunity Grants. 

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