The Wisconsin Partnership Program at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health is pleased to present its 2021-22 Annual Report.

This year’s annual report highlights how the Wisconsin Partnership Program is moving health forward through a wide range of projects and partnerships that are working to improve health and advance health equity across the state.

The annual report provides an account of grantmaking, program activities, and financial overview for the period of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022.

The Wisconsin Partnership Program advances its mission to improve health and advance health equity through a strong portfolio of grant programs that propel medical research, enhance health education and workforce development, support community health partnerships, advance health equity, and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

During fiscal year 2021–22, the Wisconsin Partnership Program awarded 41 new grants, supporting in total 124 active projects and initiatives.

41

grants awarded

$18.5M

dollars awarded

124

total active grants

Selected grant highlights

The work of the Wisconsin Partnership Program and its grantees touches all corners of the state, across a wide range of health challenges, communities, populations, and geographic areas. Learn how Wisconsin Partnership Program grantees are positively impacting health and advancing health equity across our state through these selected examples.

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Reporting outcomes and impact

The Wisconsin Partnership Program publishes outcome reports for concluded grants on its website. These summaries highlight the progress, achievements, and impact of concluded grants.

Download the 2021-22 Annual Report (pdf)