Meet our Partners
$500,000 and above
The Anthem Foundation has provided funding to Oasis as part of its Healthy Generations Program, a multigenerational initiative to improve public health. Through the Healthy Habits for Adults program, the Anthem Foundation and Oasis are combating obesity through physical activity and healthy eating.
U.S. Administration for Community Living
The U. S. Administration for Community Living is supporting evidence-based fall prevention programs throughout the state of Missouri.
BJC HealthCare supports classes to help people adopt healthy lifestyles, manage chronic conditions and stay engaged in the community.
National Council on Aging, in partnership with the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation
NCOA and the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation support Oasis education programs to improve older adults skills for managing their diabetes and research on the impact of self-management education on healthcare costs.
SUNY Upstate Medical University
SUNY Upstate Medical University sponsors Upstate Oasis in Syracuse New York as part of its mission to improve community health through education, research and healthcare
$250,000 and above
AT&T is helping people join the digital world through Oasis Connections technology training.
May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust
The May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust is supporting the Oasis healthy aging model throughout the southwest.
Missouri Foundation for Health
$100,000 and above
AstraZeneca HealthCare Foundation
Foundation of Barnes Jewish Hospital
City of Los Angeles, Department of Aging
Corporation for National and Community Service – Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)
$50,000 and above
AARP Medicare Supplement Plans, insured by UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico
City of San Antonio
Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust - Indianapolis
Wells Fargo Advisors
$25,000 and above
Consumer Technology Association Foundation
Dollar General Literacy Foundation
Solon E. Summerfield Foundation
Major In-Kind Support