Seacoast Village Project’s mission is to make “aging in place” a real choice.
Seacoast Village Project is a community of older adults working together to get connected, get smart and help each other out as they age in place in their homes and community.
With Seacoast Village Project as their partner, older adults can continue to actively participate in the communities they love as they continue to live in their own homes.
The Village Movement
Seacoast Village Project is a member of the national Village to Village Network. The movement started with Boston’s Beacon Hill Villages (founded in 1999); there are now more than 250 villages across the country with more than 100 others in development. Read more about the Village Movement.
How Does a Village work?
The Seacoast Village Project is a member-run organization. Members pay an annual fee to access benefits and services. Benefits include services that range from transportation to errands, as well as social events and access to our list of member-recommended vendors. Learn more about the benefits of membership.
Our Membership Area
The Seacoast region of New Hampshire is comprised of clusters of neighboring towns around Exeter, Portsmouth and Dover. Learn more about our membership areas and how to connect with your Seacoast Village neighbors.
Volunteering with Seacoast Village Project
To have a strong village, we stand together to build a community we can rely on. At the Seacoast Village Project, we are all members. Some of us volunteer. Learn more about becoming a volunteer.
Events & Programs
The Seacoast Village Project knows that part of aging happily and successfully depends on strong social connections. View our events calendar.
Download our one-page information sheet here.