Partnerships

HelpAge's humanitarian work would not be possible without our generous supporters--including civil society organizations, NGOs, coalitions, corporate sponsors, and donors.


Donors 

 

USAID the agency for international development is an integral donor and partner for our humanitarian work

The U.S. State Department's Bureau for POpulation Migration and Refugees is an important donor and partner for our work with refugees

National Endowment for Democracy supports our work to help older people protect their human rights and advocate for inclusion and equality

AARP foundation supports our emergency relief work to ensure elderly or older people can access emergency aid

Hilton Foundation is a generous supporter or our programs to reach older refugees and poor communities.

Margaret A Cargill foundation supports our programs to address global aging issues and fight poverty

Pfizer supports programs including collaborating for Health that promotes inclusion and community-based health

Deutsche Bank has supported our emergency relief work

 

Metlife is a corporate sponsor and donor in the past


Collaborators 

Age and Disability Capacity Program is a consortium of humanitarian organizations advocating for mainstreaming inclusion

humanity and inclusion partners with us to ensure older people and people with disabilities are reached with assistance

 

PATH works with HelpAge to increase access to medicine and treatment for non-communicable diseases, including diabetes and hypertension

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Global alliance for the rights of older people

World Health Organization collaborates with HelpAge on critical health research