Neighborliness — the American way of life
It starts with you
If you would like to be a better neighbor to the people living close by or to improve your neighborhood by making it safer, more connected, and more caring, you’ve found the leading non-governmental, non-partisan place to learn how.
Take a few minutes with your favorite beverage and view our informative, inspirational, and enjoyable content.
Or perhaps you have a story about your neighborhood or a neighbor who made a positive difference? Click the button below to share it.
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Towns & Cities
Neighborly Town™ is a not-for-profit membership organization.
We are non-partisan, non-governmental, and non-exempt.
Our mission is to help people
improve their neighborhoods and communities.
We envision a time in which all neighborhoods and communities
are safe, connected, and caring.
As a leading advocate for great neighborhoods and communities,
we accomplish our mission through our
website, publications, and member services.
How can you help?
Become a member today.
Why are we a not-for-profit?
Our plan is to file for tax-exempt nonprofit status
after the early development stage.
In the meantime, we essentially operate as a nonprofit.
However, donations are not tax-deductible for individuals
but a business may consider them an expense.
Seek the advice of your tax counsel.
Your comments and suggestions are welcome including your neighborhood and community stories.
Join in the Neighborly Town™ fun
If you love your neighborhood or think it can improve with the help of a caring neighbor like yourself, then you may want to become a Neighborly Town™ Ambassador.
We will soon announce (drum roll, please) this new membership service along with others to serve the needs of towns, cities, and employers.
These programs will offer an opportunity for community service close to home.
Let us know if you want to be one of the first to receive the announcements.