Our Good Neighbor Events throughout the year are a great way to try out serving. These events include a one time serving commitment at an organization in your community. From this page you can sign up to serve as a volunteer or register to be involved as a partner.
Purchase a backpack and give a child the opportunity to have all the needed school supplies for the start of the new school year! Backpacks are $20 each and can be purchased at weekend services or online.
Serve at projects throughout the community from 8 a.m. until noon.
Services are canceled as we serve our community during Good Neighbor Weekend. Join us as more than 6,000 people spread out to serve in the Indianapolis and Lafayette areas.
Serve at a Christmas Store at the Carmel, Fishers or Lafayette Campus as we spread Christmas joy to those who are less fortunate in our community!
During Good Neighbor Weekend, we cancel weekend services and go into the community to serve our neighbors. We work with a large variety of organizations.Projects range from painting and cleaning to cooking or yard work. Anyone of any age or ability can sign up to participate! Registration for Good Neighbor Weekend 2016 will be available in September.
Site Leaders are needed to lead projects during Good Neighbor Weekend and Good Neighbor Saturdays. If you are interested in using your skills and leadership gifts to lead a project, this is the perfect position for you!
Do you know someone who is in need? Maybe a sick coworker could use a meal? Or maybe a single mom could use a sitter? Let us help you make a plan to help meet that need. If you could do more for this person through a Good Neighbor Grant, we'd love to help.
Giving is good, but establishing a relationship is better. Don't just meet a need, but do something to connect on a deeper level with the person who you saw had a need. You could babysit for the single mom you know, and then invite her and her kids over for dinner the next time.
Good Neighbor Grants are available to anyone who attends Northview to help you make a difference in your community and sphere of influence.
Are you part of a local non-profit, school or church organization? We would love to partner with you for a Good Neighbor Saturday or during Good Neighbor Weekend!
Our partners and projects range in size, so whether you are a small organization or large school, let's talk! Potential partners submit a project application outlining their potential project, which is then reviewed by our team to ensure it is something our volunteers will be able to complete. Once your application has been reviewed, we'll send you an email. Our goal is to work with you and your organization to help you accomplish the needs in the community. No strings attached.
Project applications for Good Neighbor Weekend are due Friday, August 12.
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