Druker Center for Health Systems Innovation


linkAges Ecosystem Partnerships:

linkAges creates and activates multi-stakeholder collaboratives with a shared commitment to help older adults age in community with a high quality of life. We look for partners who actively share our values, vision and commitment.

Community Partnerships:

We’re partnering with individuals, political leaders, neighborhood associations, faith-based groups, senior centers, technology developers, nonprofits, health organizations, foundations and corporations to create a continuum of stakeholders who will support linkAges as adopters or outreach partners. For more information, click here.

Technology Partnerships:

We leverage the inherent talent and expertise present in the Silicon Valley community and seek technology partnerships to identify and develop solutions that help us advance our work.

Foundations and Philanthropists:

Philanthropic contributions and Foundation investments provide us with critical endorsements of the credibility of our work. Foundations who invest in our work also serve as peer-reviewers and help us build knowledge and expertise through shared intellectual capital.  Funding may support system development or program expansion.

Click here to find out how you can become part of the solution for creating a community support network.