There's always room for everyone "at the table." Everyone invovled with re:TH!NK in some way, shape or form is considered a partner. Below are the involvement levels. If you'd like to get involved, let us know!
Partners: Organizations, agencies or groups that commit to the coalition through a signed agreement that specifies their commitment to the coalition's goals. Organizational partners designate at least one Member to actively participate in re:TH!NK's initiatives.
Sponsors: Supporters of re:TH!NK's efforts either financially or through an in-kind match.
Want to know what our partners like about being a part of re:TH!NK? Read our Coalition Satisfaction Survey:
Partner Organization Spotlight:
East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission
The term “health in planning” is something re:TH!NK has been working to integrate for the past five years. And one of our most important partners in that work is East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (ECWRPC). The staff at ECWRPC have been intensely involved in a variety of re:TH!NK projects and priorities over the last few years, including Safe Routes to School, Active Classrooms, the Drive Your Bike campaign, the County Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan, and more recently the Social & Place Connectedness Team and safe routes to recreation work with the Active Communities Team. ECWRPC staff also chaired the Health in Planning workgroup for four years. Their dedication to improving the health of our communities and health of our residents is why they are our Partner Spotlight. Thank you Melissa, Tom, Kim, Lauron, Trish, Ashley and all the staff at ECWRPC (past and present) for embodying what it truly means to collaborate!
Jamie has been involved with the re:TH!NK Youth Coalition and Winnebago County FACT since 7th grade and has been a true leader and mentor for the group. Jamie has grown so much and is dedicated to making positive change in her community. She graduated this year from Oshkosh West High School and will be taking a gap year in Ecuador with Global Citizen Year before starting college. Jamie is so awesome, she'll be sticking around this summer to help push forward the Youth Coalition's tobacco-free parks initiative! Thanks Jamie for all of your hard work and dedication, and we can't wait to see where your next adventure takes you!