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Funding Sources

As a local non-profit with 40 years of experience, we leverage funding from a variety of sources - from public contracts to private donations - to support the delivery of over 20 different programs and services that help keep people independent. Services are funded in whole/part by the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs and Title III funds through the Older Americans Act*.

Funds are also received from private sources including:


Arlington EATS Acton Boxborough United Way
Beth Israel Lahey Health Cambridge Savings Bank
Cambridge Trust Charitable Foundation

Charles F. Bacon Trust
Bank of America, N.A., Trustee

Charles E. Bigelow Fund,
Bank of America, N.A., Trustee

Community Foundation for MetroWest
CHNA15 - Community Health Network Area 15 Concord-Carlisle Community Chest
Cummings Foundation Dana Home Foundation
Emerson Health Enbridge 

Katharine C. Pierce Trust
Bank of America, N.A., Co-Trustee

Maynard Community Chest
Meals On Wheels America  Middlesex Savings Charibtable Foundation 
Northern Bank Charitable Foundation  Reading Cooperative Charitable Foundation
Red Sox Foundation  Rockland Trust Charitable Foundation
Stow Community Chest Winchester Co-Operative Bank


* Persons receiving service under the Older Americans Act must be provided with an opportunity to make a voluntary, confidential donation toward the cost of that service. Any donations received are put directly into program enhancement, and allow more people to be served. There is no obligation to contribute, and any contribution made is voluntary and will in no way influence service delivery.