Become a MassPACE Affiliate

Companies that provide products and services to PACE organizations and share a vision and dedication to providing innovative care for older adults are encouraged to become a MassPACE Affiliate. Joining MassPACE as an Affiliate demonstrates your commitment to the PACE model of care and connects you with executive leadership at each of the seven MassPACE organizations in Massachusetts through networking opportunities, events participation/sponsorship, virtual showcases, e-directories and more.


The cost of membership is $2,500 per calendar year and here are the benefits of affiliate membership with MassPACE:

  • An introduction to your organization in our MassPACE “Update” newsletter.
  • Receipt of our newly designed quarterly update newsletter, jam-packed with the activities happening with MassPACE.  There are opportunities to provide feedback highlighted throughout and it’s a great way to get a quick run-down of priorities impacting the programs.
  • A 3 minute “cameo” appearance at one of our quarterly all-member Zoom meetings, which we call “PACE Setters.”
  • Your logo displayed on our website with link to your website.
  • Amplified posts on your preferred social media platform as well as on our own social profiles!
  • Priority access to sponsorship and networking events with our members such as our annual meeting.


Please fill in our linked PDF form to apply to become a MassPACE affiliate. Here are instructions for filling out this form:

  1. Click this link and download our application form PDF.
  2. Once downloaded, you can type your responses directly into the form, save it and return the completed form to

Our MassPACE Affiliates

Our MASSPACE Affiliates


PACE is available in 271 of the 351 cities and towns in Massachusetts. Use our zip code directory to see if PACE is available in your community.


If you would like to join our advocacy and outreach to further this goal, or if you are an organization interested in developing PACE, please contact us.

Contact Us

Each of the 8 PACE programs in the state are independent, not-for-profit organizations, with their own enrollment and assessment process. Contact the PACE program that serves your geographical area, and ask to speak to an enrollment specialist.