Category: Announcement

  • Bidder’s Conference – March 23, 2021

    The Central Massachusetts Agency on Aging is pleased to announce a

    Bidders’ Conference

    Tuesday, March 23, 2021

    10:00 AM



    Central Massachusetts Agency on Aging will hold a Bidders’ Conference on Tuesday, March 23, 2021 at 10:00 AM, online.

    If you are interested in attending, the meeting can be accessed at:

    The purpose of this Bidders’ Conference is to review FFY 2022 Priorities for funding under the Older Americans Act, the application process, including letters of intent, and highlight criteria used by the Planning and Allocations Committee in its review of proposals.

    Only organizations which submit a letter of intent that appropriately addresses the FFY 2022 Priorities will be invited to submit a full proposal.

    The Planning and Allocations Committee determines the type of services to be funded by the area agency under each priority. The Committee reserves the right to request interviews with any or all applicants. Applicants’ letters of intent will then be considered for the following areas:

    • III B Supportive Services
    • III C Regional congregate and home delivered meal services
    • III D Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

    With adequate notice, people with disabilities may request special accommodations (e.g. sign interpreter, sound system, etc.).

    For more information, please call CMAA at (508) 852-5539 V/TDD or

    1-800-244-3032. Website:


  • ‘File of Life’ cards

    This past week, the Central Massachusetts Agency on Aging worked with the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office to deliver 500 ‘COVID-19 File of Life’ cards to the Worcester Senior Center in addition to several hundred cards for the Northborough Senior Center.

    Over the next few weeks, we will be delivering 10,000 ‘COVID-19 File of Life’ cards in total to local senior centers across Central Massachusetts.

    ‘File of Life’ cards contain important medical information for first responders in the event of an emergency call. These cards now also provide a safe place for seniors to store their COVID-19 vaccination information.

    With the support of our Agency, these updated cards are now in the hands of hundreds of area seniors!

    Thank you to our community partners, like the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office, for helping to continue this effort across our region.

    Together, we can keep the older adults in our area a bit safer.

    For the full story, check out Spectrum News 1’s coverage by clicking here!

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