Pathlights Wins Award in 2022 National Mature Media Program

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Pathlights was a winner in the 31st annual National Mature Media Awards Program honoring the nation’s best marketing, communications, educational materials, and programs produced for older adults.

The awards program, presented by the Mature Market Resource Center, a national clearinghouse for the senior market, is the largest program of its kind. The awards were created to annually recognize the best materials produced for those who are 50 and older, the nation’s fastest-growing population group.

Pathlights’ website (www.pathlights.org) received a Merit Award in the website category. The site was developed by Pathlights’ communications with design and production in partnership with Substance (www.isubstance.com).

Gold, Silver, Bronze and Merit certificates were awarded in more than 40 categories. Categories included marketing communications, publications/editorial, educational/training programs, mature work & retirement and art/design. Entries included brochures, newsletters, magazine and newspaper articles,  web-based and mobile resources, radio and television advertising, books, and annual reports. 2022 Gold Award winners included AARP The Magazine; Baltimore County Department of Aging; The Lodge/ Solutions Advisors Group; The Mather in Evanston;  corecubed; and Westminster Communities of Florida. A complete list of winners, judges and entry categories can be found at seniorawards.com.

Visit www.pathlights.org for a complete list of services, programs and resources available to empower adults 60 years+, adults with disabilities, their caregivers, families, and friends in more than 20 communities throughout the Southwest Suburbs of Cook County.


About Pathlights:

Pathlights has been helping guide communities along the path to aging for 46 years. More than 16,000 individuals in 20 communities throughout the Southwest Suburbs of Cook County use its services annually. The nonprofit helps adults 60 years+, adults with disabilities, their caregivers, families, and friends by providing resources, advocacy, programs and services needed to remain living in the community. Services include home-delivered meals and safety checks, in-home services, support groups, education, and Respite for caregivers, protection from abuse, access to benefits for health insurance, SNAP, energy, transportation, and property tax savings, assistance needed for safe transition from hospitals or skilled nursing facilities, shared housing, and general information about resources. No other organization in the area provides such comprehensive and coordinated services, at no charge. For more information, visit www.pathlights.org or call us at 708-361-0219.