Cards For Caring Raises Over 1600+ For Aging Community

Pictured (from left to right) Tracy Dellovo, Bradleigh Pedraza, and Eric McNeil (all of MOC); and CEO of Aging Services, Lori Richardson; All holding a box of hundreds of holiday cards being delivered through the Meals on Wheels program.

Aging Services of North Central Massachusetts (ASNCM) is pleased to announce the annual Cards for Caring initiative for the holiday season set an all-time high of raising over 1,600 cards for the aging community of North Central Massachusetts.

Reaching across the 21 communities across the region, ASNCM, local organizations, and giving individuals, donate warm holiday greeting cards which will then be distributed to the aging community throughout the region who may be alone during the holiday season.

“For the third year in a row, we spread holiday wishes to over one thousand individuals because of the goodness of individuals ages four to ninety-eight! One greeting at a time we do make a positive difference to someone we may never meet. Individuals share that receiving a card makes them feel that they are part of a community that truly cares. ASNCM is grateful to partner with Making Opportunity Count this year and for the generous contributions of AIS Inc., Rollstone Bank & Trust, Leominster High School, as well as our entire community, to make a positive difference one person at a time, one card at a time,” stated Lori A. Richardson, Chief Executive Officer at Aging Services at North Central Massachusetts.

If you missed out on participating this year, Cards for Caring will return in 2023 for the holiday season.
Business or community members interested in learning more about ASNCM’s Cards for Caring campaign should visit or contact David Ginisi, Chief Marketing Officer, at (978) 466-1571 or via email at