Letter of intent due: June 28
Invitation to submit full proposal: July 22
The Wisconsin Partnership Program will provide up to $2 million to strengthen and expand the capacity of community-based organizations and community models of care to serve women and families more effectively, thereby improving health outcomes. Each award will be for a maximum of $150,000 for up to two years. This funding prioritizes areas of the state with the highest populations of Black families and Black maternal and child health disparities: Dane County, Kenosha County, Milwaukee County, Racine County, and Rock County. Other areas of the state are also eligible to apply.
Proposals must address at least one of the four priority areas:
- Supporting Black women’s health before a possible pregnancy
- Expanding community-based models of care to be responsive to the desires/needs of pregnant Black women
- Strengthening access to post-partum maternal care and infant needs
- Prioritizing the needs of the infant and the family adults together
Eligible community lead organizations must be a Wisconsin-based, nonprofit, IRS tax exempt 501(c)(3) organization, or a tribal or local government entity.
Read the full request for proposals and start a letter of intent here: https://www.med.wisc.edu/wisconsin-partnership-program/maternal-and-child-health-grant-programs/