An Amazing Group of People!

Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Tammy, I work at LifePath in the Administrative Office as Development Associate.  My husband, James and I recently had the opportunity to deliver meals though our Meals on Wheels program as the number of meals we deliver have almost doubled during this challenging time and our current…

Unconditional Love

“Until one has loved an animal a part of one's soul remains unawakened.” Anatole France I recently read an excerpt from a Steven King book. I could not find the exact quote, but I recall that it started with an intriguing sentence. A man’s life is five dogs long, the dog that teaches you, the…

More Than Just a Meal

Our landscape is crowded with restaurants and grocery superstores and a favorite meal is just a smartphone tap away. So naturally, it can be hard to imagine that a good percentage of our society doesn’t know where its next meal will come from. When people don’t have access to food or go hungry for reasons…

Thank you WoodmenLife-Albany for your support

A huge shout out to the WoodmenLife - Albany, NY Chapter 421 who presented a check to support our Center. Thank you we can not do what we do without the support of our community!

Good times at Livingston

In the first picture, the Livingston guests are involved with "A Walk to Remember". In the second we are having a great time with our Drum Circle friends.

Malissa and Monika

Monika had the privilege of honoring Malissa with an award as she steps down from our Board of Directors. Malissa has had a position on our Board since 2012. She will be missed.

State of the City with Mayor William T. Keeler

We had a wonderful turn out in support of Mayor William T. Keeler, as he gave his State of the City address.

Introducing our new website

LifePath has launched a new Website! Over the past several years we have grown and expanded our programs and services, and now manage sites beyond the city of Albany. We also have seen the wants and needs of the aging population change. So, this year we found ourselves at a point where we had simply…