Our Dedicated Funders & Sponsors

The Tri-State Learning Collaborative on Aging has grown out of a shared commitment on the part of funders and sponsors across Northern New England to building stronger communities that are able to meet the needs of older adults across the aging continuum. We are grateful for their leadership, vision and support of this effort.

The Bingham Program

All of our work is focused on creating a healthy Maine. A major focus of The Bingham Program has been to improve health service delivery in Maine, particularly in rural areas.

Endowment for Health

We are a statewide, private, nonprofit foundation dedicated to improving the health of New Hampshire’s people, especially those who are vulnerable and underserved.

Maine Community Foundation

We are a statewide nonprofit that helps people invest charitable resources in the future of Maine. Their giving does good within their communities and often throughout the state.

Vermont Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living

Mission: Make Vermont the best state in which to grow old or live with a disability – with dignity, respect and independence.

Regional Sponsor


At UnitedHealthcare, we serve millions of people from their earliest years through their working lives and into retirement. What unites us is our mission to help people live healthier lives and make the health system work better for everyone.

State Sponsor

Healthy Living for ME

Healthy Living for ME is improving health and wellness in communities across Maine.

Would you like to learn more about supporting the work of the Tri-State Learning Collaborative on Aging?

Let’s work together to build strong communities that support healthy aging through shared learning and collaborative partnerships in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. We value our supporting partners and will work with you to ensure sponsorship is of benefit to your organization.

We are happy to talk with you about how sponsorship can work for you!

Contact us to learn more!
Contact info@mainecouncilonaging.org or 207-592-9972 for more information.