CONFERENCE SPONSORS

The State Alliance is appreciative of the support and relationships we have built with the following sponsors:
Miron Construction Khaler Slater
Zimmerman Architechural Studios Bassett Mechanical
Free Motion & Direct Fitness Solutions  Stratford Design
Carrico Aquatic Resources West Bend Insurance
Matrix Fitness Johnson Health
SEER Analytics Kronos HR Solutions
Precor Inc  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Across the state, the Y works with many organizations - here are a few:
WAN

Wisconsin Afterschool Network

Mission: The mission of the Wisconsin Afterschool Network (WAN) is to support schools and community partners in delivering high quality school-age afterschool programs to diverse children and youth to promote academic success, personal/social development and healthy active living.

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healthTide

healthTide

healthTIDE is a network of statewide and place-based community partners who work together to create bigger change faster around nutrition and physical activity. We work to connect, align, and unite multi-sector partners across Wisconsin who are working to make the healthy choice the easy choice and reduce health disparities so that everyone has the opportunity to thrive. We bring partners together to create lasting policy, system, and environmental changes related to nutrition and physical activity.

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Foley

Foley & Lardner, LLP

Foley’s Madison attorneys have deep roots in the Madison business community, and strong ties to state government and the University of Wisconsin. We combine these with the fully integrated resources of a national firm with a global reach. With these connections, we provide the seasoned support you need as Wisconsin’s capital city continues to expand its prominence in the national economy. Our efforts include service on the boards of directors of scores of nonprofit organizations and public commissions. We provide pro bono estate planning services to the terminally ill through U.W. Health and HospiceCare, and for veterans through the Wills for Heroes program. We work on patent applications free of charge for “orphan drugs” and other new methods of treating diseases affecting underserved populations. We review case files for the Wisconsin Innocence Project. Many of our attorneys devote 50 hours or more per year to pro bono efforts.

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