Sudbury Food Pantry – If you believe you need assistance getting quality food for your family, the Sudbury Food Pantry is here for you. There are no residency requirements. Clients fill out a confidential registration form on their first visit and non-Sudbury residents can then make use of the pantry once each month.
SMOC Fuel Assistance – Eligible households in 37 communities receive assistance paid directly to their heating vendor. The program is designed to help low-income people afford the cost of heat in the winter months. Eligibility is based on gross annual income and familiy size.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) – SNAP offers nutrition assistance to millions of eligible, low-income individuals and families and provides economic benefits to communities.
Caregiving Metrowest – Your one stop source for all your caregiving needs.
Bay Path – provides an array of services and programs to older adults, caregivers, and persons with disabilities to support their independence and dignity.
Executive Office of Elder Affairs Massachusetts – Promoting independence, empowerment, and well-being of older people, individuals with disabilities, and their families. We ensure access to the resources you need to live healthy in every community in the Commonwealth.
Alzheimer’s Association – Provides reliable information, care consultation and supportive services for dementia
Council on Aging
Final Report on Property Transitions. The Council on Aging, in its continuing efforts to make Sudbury an attractive place for Senior Citizens, conducts occasional surveys. This is the report issued in April 2008 from the results of the survey completed in 2007.
Council on Aging (COA) Application Cover. For those interested in membership in the COA.
Council on Aging (COA) Application for Appointment. One page form to complete
Programs and Services Brochures
The following is a list of brochures that can be downloaded to your computer for printing or for future reference. These are in PDF format.
LINC Is a new Intergenerational after school club that is looking for volunteers, 55 and older, to meet 1.5 hour per week for 6 weeks with a small group of students from the elementary schools in Sudbury. For more information call Judy Battat, Intergenerational Coordinator at 978-443-3055
FISH Brochure. Friends in Service Helping (FISH) is here for you whenever you need to get to a medical appointment and family and friends are not available. To learn more about this program, including contact information, download the brochure.
Fixit Brochure. This brochure describes the “In-home repairs” service available for seniors.
Friendly Visit Brochure. Friendly Visitor brochure. Friendly visitors are volunteers who reach out to their neighbors to offer friendship, company, conversation and a listening ear. Download the brochure to learn more about this program.
Grocery Shopper Brochure. Seniors who need assistance shopping for groceries can be linked with a volunteer shopper. Download the brochure to learn more about this program.
Home Delivered Meals Brochure. Learn more about the meal delivery program from this brochure.
Loan Closet Brochure A program of the Sudbury Senior Center that offers medical equipment on loan.
Sand Buckets Volunteering Brochure. Download the brochure to learn more about having sand buckets delivered to your residence, and also how you can volunteer to help others.
Senior Center Brochure. Learn all about the programs and services offered by Sudbury Senior Center.
Sudbury Senor Center Volunteer Opportunities Brochure . Learn more about the opportunities available to contribute and how you can volunteer.
Lower Your Risk of a Fall. A PDF handout that provides guidance and resources to lower your risk of a fall.
Application & Instructions for Exemption
Application for Property Tax Exemption (form). FY 2019 Means Tested Senior Exemption, Town of Sudbury.