Tangible needs are posted to the website by those in need, partnering agencies, or by NeighborLink staff. We encourage anyone that has a need beyond their financial or physical ability to seek assistance from their neighbors. A need unknown is a need that cannot be met.
Volunteers that have registered and been approved by NeighborLink administration search the projects to find the project that best suits them. Volunteers can choose based on project type, proximity to their home, and a number of other options that meet the level of commitment they’re able to make. Volunteers work directly with the neighbor in need to organize the project.
Once a project is selected and committed to, Volunteers begin organizing the project with the group of people they’re planning this project with. If a Volunteer needs additional volunteers or volunteers with certain skills, they can use the website to solicit additional support from other NeighborLink volunteers through a number of connecting tools.
Need funds for the project? We’ve built our own crowdfunding tool that gives Volunteers the ability to fundraise for their project.
Today is the day. Volunteers ready to show God’s love through tangible acts of kindness bring their tools and get to work loving their neighbor in need. Relationships over projects are one of the core philosophies that NeighborLink was built upon. We encourage our volunteers to include the neighbor in need, as much as possible, or simply add a few extra volunteers to their team who spend all their time getting to know the neighbor.
Projects get completed, fellowship has been had, and new relationships with your neighbors have been formed. Do enough of these projects and neighborhoods can and will transform into more connected places to live.