WWA WIC Apparel Sale 

The Wisconsin WIC Association is hosting a WIC Apparel sale with products that include the new WIC logo! This sale will be open for 2 weeks: Friday, May 11th - Friday, May 25th. 

Click here to see the products and order form. Please submit order forms to Abbie Loos by Friday, May 25th. (One email per project with all order forms attached is preferred.) 

Projects will receive a PayPal invoice via email 1-2 weeks after submission of the order forms. Payment can be completed via PayPal at that time or via check payable to Wisconsin WIC Association. Mail check to: Angie Wilks-Tate 2555 North Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive Milwaukee, WI  53212. (One combined payment per project is preferred.) Reminder: WIC Funds cannot be used for purchasing WIC apparel. Apparel will need to be picked up at the Silent Auction table at the Wisconsin WIC Conference in June. 

If you have questions about the WIC Apparel sale, please contact Abbie Loos.




WWA Advocacy Week Button Design Contest!!! 

The winner of the design contest will have their buttons made and sold by WWA at the Biennial WIC Conference in June! A free button will also be given to everyone who attends the WWA meeting at the conference! 
Please submit your designs NO LATER THAN FRIDAY, MARCH 30TH AT 5:00PM to Elisabeth Pohle 
Contest guidance here

 

 


WWA Mission
The mission of the Wisconsin WIC Association (WWA) is to inspire and empower the Wisconsin WIC community to advocate for and promote quality nutrition services and assure effectiveness through collaboration, cooperation and education.
Our Purpose
  • To foster good health and nutrition among lower income women, infants and children in Wisconsin.
  • To bring together all parties interested in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) in order to stimulate effective relationships and helpful cooperation and to provide peer support, orientation, training and/or assistance.
  • To educate the public and policy makers on the success of the WIC program to positively impact the nutrition and health status of families.
  • To promote legislation that enhances the nutritional health and well being of lower income women, infants and children in Wisconsin.
  • To act as a resource for governmental bodies and individual legislators regarding issues particular to the health and nutrition of women, infants and children and the WIC program.

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Contact us: Angela Roltgen (WWA Chair)

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