Wisconsin Partnership Program Community Collaboration Grant
Application: Sep 6, 2019
The Community Collaboration Grant provides training, technical assistance, and funding for organizations in Wisconsin working to address health inequities stemming from the social determinants of health such as geographic location, race, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, gender, and sexual orientation.
Projects will take place over 3 stages.
- Phase 1 (1 year): Understanding local/community assets and opportunities to grow capacity. Grantees will focus on building technical skills, nurturing leadership, and strengthening connections with one another, the Partnership Program, and other organizations working within their community.
- Phase 2 (Up to 2 years): Continue capacity-building activities, tailored technical assistance, and refine strategic plans to address health inequities in their communities. Plans will focus on upstream drivers of health in the identified health equity focus area and be tailored to local circumstances.
- Phase 3 (2-3 years): Implementation of work outlined during phase 2. Training and technical assistance will continue.
Eligible applicants are Wisconsin-based, nonprofit, tax exempt, 501(c)(3) organizations and tribal and government entities.
Award ceiling: $400,000
Project period: 4 years
Estimated number of awards: 5
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