Dr. Maichou Lor was awarded the Wisconsin Idea Collaboration Grant to support the project named Collaborating with the Hmong Community to Create a Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Hmong edition of the Planning AHEAD Curriculum. The study is funded by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education, in partnership with the University of Wisconsin—Madison Division of Extension and WARF. The primary goal is to develop a culturally grounded adaptation of Extension’s curriculum, Planning AHEAD (Advance directives, Handling financial changes, Estate planning, and Arriving at Decisions for the end of this life). The investigative team includes Sara Richie (co-PI, Human Development and Relationships Institute, Division of Extension), Dr. Kat Phelps, and the Wisconsin Network for Research Support (WINRS). The total award costs are $57,597. Congratulations to Dr. Maichou Lor and WINRS!