Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin (GHC-SCW) is committed to supporting and strengthening our community.
Our Community Giving and Partnership initiatives come from GHC-SCW’s promise of BETTER TOGETHERSM to members and our commitment to strengthening local communities. We collaborate with local organizations to create positive change, reflecting our dedication to community involvement and support
What is the difference between a Partnership and a Community Giving Request?
Community Giving Requests
|What they are:
|These are like team projects. GHC-SCW joins with other groups or people to work on specific issues in the community, especially those that affect the health and wellness of GHC-SCW members. It’s all about working together to make things better.
|This is more like GHC-SCW giving a helping hand by donating money, time or other resources to local organizations. It’s our way of supporting good causes in the community.
|How it works:
|In a Community Partnership, GHC-SCW doesn’t just give money or resources; we are actively participate in making decisions and share their expertise. In a Community Partnership, GHC-SCW and the partnering organization work together as a team.
|GHC-SCW gives to groups that are making a positive impact, like improving health, education and overall well-being in the community. This can include sponsoring events or having our employees volunteer.
|Who can submit a request:
|Organizations or groups that want to work with GHC-SCW on a long-term project, especially those that help improve health by addressing things like providing access to quality food, housing, education and healthcare.
|Non-profit groups that are working on projects or events that match GHC-SCW’s values and are focused on making the community healthier and happier.
|These partnerships often involve formal agreements like contracts and tracking progress to see how well the project is doing.
|Unlike partnerships, community giving doesn’t require GHC-SCW to be actively involved in planning or decision-making. It’s more about providing support to good causes.