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Doing Business with LifePath

It is the policy of LifePath, in accordance with Massachusetts Executive Order 309 and the LifePath Affirmative Action Plan, to encourage full participation of minority and women owned business entities (M/WBE) in contracting with or doing incidental business with LifePath.

LifePath will take affirmative steps to assure the participation of M/WBEs certified with the State Office of Minority and Women Business Assistance (SOMWBA). When evaluating requests for contracts and/or business proposals, LifePath will consider the certification status of the bidder or entity wishing to do business with LifePath.

LifePath strongly encourages minority and women owned businesses to seek SOMWBA certification. Potential business partners should visit the SOMWBA website to receive information on the process of becoming SOMWBA certified.


Request for Proposals―COVID Emergency Response―June 16, 2020

LifePath, Inc., Area Agency on Aging is seeking proposals for the use of funds allocated under Title III of the Older Americans Act Grants for State and Community Programs on Aging” (“Title III”) Emergency CARES Act. Eligible applicants include local units of government, local governmental departments (such as Councils on Aging), public or private non-profit agencies and profit making businesses. Preference will be given to programs or projects that are targeted to older persons in the greatest social or economic need and that address the impacts of the coronavirus crisis.

Grant Applications will be accepted and awarded on a rolling basis until funds are expended. As of July 8, only IIIE (Caregiver Program) funds remain.  Apply here.