Governor's Office Scheduling and Special Request Forms

The office of Governor Healey and Lt. Governor Driscoll provide these forms to the public so they can be invited to public events or provide citations, etc. to requestors.

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Governor's Office Scheduling Requests

Thank you for your interest in submitting an invitation for Governor Healey and Lt. Governor Driscoll. We ask that all invitations be submitted in writing via this website. An email will be sent to acknowledge that we have received your request. The Governor’s and Lt. Governor’s schedules are fluid and can change at any time. We appreciate your patience and understanding.

Email the Governor & Lt. Governor

You may submit an email with questions and comments to the Governor's Office.

Request a Citation from Governor Healey

Use this form to request a citation from Governor Healey's office for an organization or event.

Citations are issued for:

  • Birthdays over age 65
  • Couples celebrating their 50th or later wedding anniversary
  • Retirements, including military service
  • Outstanding services or deeds (subject to review)

Request a Proclamation from Governor Healey

Complete this form to request a ceremonial proclamation from Governor Healey. Ceremonial proclamations that honor, celebrate, or raise public awareness about issues and causes that constituents of Massachusetts value.

Receive notifications from Judicial Nominating Commission

Sign up to receive posting notifications from the Judicial Nominating Commission.

Invite a member of the Community Affairs team to your event

The Office of Community Affairs is the bridge between communities and the Office of the Governor and it’s Executive branch. If you would like to meet or have a representative from the Community Affairs team attend a community event, please complete this form. 

Other types of requests or letters of support

Request a photograph with Governor Healey's autograph

Request a letter for an Eagle Scout or Gold Award Girl Scout

Request a greeting letter from Governor Healey

Governor Healey enjoys writing greeting letters for gatherings in the Commonwealth to discuss new ideas and trends. Request a letter for your program, brochure, or publication.

Make your request at least 20 business days prior to the event or the print date, whichever is earlier. Include your contact information (name, phone number, and email address) and the exact date and location of the event.

A greeting letter can be used in programs, brochures, and other publications for medium to large events in Massachusetts. Requests are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Greeting letters are issued at the discretion of the Governor's Office.

The Governor’s Office can only send PDF files or printed copies of requested letters. Word documents with electronic signatures aren't available.

Email your request to:

Request a letter from Governor Healey to support a grant application

Governor Healey is happy to write a letter endorsing a grant application to bring project funding and increased experience to the Commonwealth.

If you would like Governor Healey to write a letter in support of a grant application, you should send an explanation of your proposal and sample language for the letter you are requesting. The Governor will only write letters of support for grant applications for funding out of State. The Governor's staff will ask a qualified analyst from the appropriate state agency to review your request. Once the agency has signed off, the letter to the address you have provided.

If more than one organization is applying for the grant, the Governor is obligated to write a letter on behalf of all.

The Governor’s Office can only send PDF files or printed copies of letters. Word documents with electronic signatures aren't available.

Email your request to:

Contact   for Governor's Office Scheduling and Special Request Forms


Governor Maura Healey's Office of Constituent Services
Massachusetts State House, 24 Beacon St., Office of the Governor, Room 280, Boston, MA 02133
Western Massachusetts Office
State Office Building, 436 Dwight St., Suite 300, Springfield, MA 01103
Washington, DC Office
Office of the Governor, 444 N. Capitol St., Suite 315, Washington, DC 20001

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