The Wisconsin Innovation Index
is your guide to Wisconsin’s entrepreneurial assets. It maps our statewide corporate network of investors, incubators, accelerators, academic resources, professional service firms, regional economic development groups and government resources tied to the growth of Wisconsin’s high-tech economy.
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WIN Chapter: WHEFAStatewide
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WHEFA, created by the Legislature in 1973 (Chapter 231, Wisconsin Statutes), has been providing active capital financing assistance to Wisconsin non-profit health care institutions since 1979. Over the years, the Wisconsin legislature has expanded the types of nonprofit entities eligible for WHEFA financing assistance from just hospitals and other health care entities, to also include independent colleges and universities, certain continuing care facilities, private elementary and secondary schools, research facilities, and community rehabilitation providers. In July 2013, WHEFA’s charter was permanently expanded to permit all Wisconsin 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations access to WHEFA’s low-cost capital financing.