Visit our events calendar to see a complete listing of our free GrapeVine health education sessions around the state, health outreach events, annual fundraisers and events where WWHF staff will be present.
WWHF’s annual fundraiser, the 20th Anniversary Spring Gala was at the capitol on May 20th, 2017. Because of your generosity, the event raised over $265,000 for women’s health. Visit the event highlights for photos, videos and more.
The Gathering is a one day health education event held at Marshfield Clinic in Marshfield, WI. The event is free and open to the public but advanced registration is required. Registration includes meals, exhibits, and a full day of health education from various speakers. Register today!
The Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation’s Annual Dialogue is a moderated panel discussion with local and national health experts discussing complex issues related to the health of Wisconsin families. Join us this year to discuss breast cancer. The Dialogue is FREE and open to the public. Register today!
Our programs are free and accessible to anyone who needs assistance, serving all 72 counties of Wisconsin.
EveryWoman’s Journal teaches women to use journaling as a tool for stress reduction and self-care at workshops statewide. Each year, over 20 EveryWoman’s Journal workshops are attended by at least 150 women in communities across Wisconsin.
The Komen Breast Fund provides financial assistance for men and women in need of breast health services. The WWHF administers funds from Komen Southeast Wisconsin supported by Kohl’s Cares, which allows over 500 women per year to receive breast health services.
My Baby & Me helps women achieve alcohol-free pregnancies through screenings, education, phone counseling and text message support. Over 2,000 pregnant women are screened annually by providers at 90 sites statewide.
First Breath Families provides pregnant and postpartum women with intensive help to quit smoking through home visiting and phone support. First Breath Families’ goal is to help women quit smoking during pregnancy and stay quit postpartum, promoting smoke-free environments for women, children, and families.
Hear from Sue Ann Thompson (President and Founder) and Julie Whitehorse (Strategic Initiatives Director) in this short video about how the WWHF began.
Watch highlights from of our 2017 Spring Gala to find out why it is the most unique event in Madison. We hope to see you next year!
Hear from prior Dr. Judith Stitt Research Faculty Scholarship Grant awardees in this video and learn how receiving this grant affected their work.