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University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health - Wisconsin Partnership Program

The goal of this fund, created through Blue Cross conversion dollars, is to significantly advance public health in Wisconsin through the prevention of disease, injury, and disability. The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health offers partnership opportunities with local, regional, and statewide groups to pursue activities of common interest that successfully address the most important health issues in the Badger state. (exit DHS)

Faye McBeath Foundation -- Health Education Grants (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)

(Deadline: Rolling)

Foundation supports programs in health education that promote healthy lifestyles in children and adults and improve linkages between healthcare institutions and community organizations to enhance the delivery of healthcare to children and adults.

For complete information and application guidelines, please visit (exit DHS)

Medical College of Wisconsin - Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program

The Partnership Program, created through Blue Cross conversion dollars, supports community - medical school partnerships that address public and community health improvement. The Partnership Program supports projects that define public health inclusively, focusing on broad determinants of health in communities. (exit DHS)

Last Revised:  April 15, 2014