Each year thousands of students in South Florida return to school without proper supplies or clothes. This Summer, be part of a community-wide effort to help all students get what they need to have a successful school year. Through the Broward County Children’s Services Council Back to School Community Extravaganza, your $30 donation will outfit a child with a uniform, shoes, backpack and supplies. Learn more!
Neighbors 4 Neighbors was started in the wake of the devastation after Hurricane Andrew in 1992. At Neighbors 4 Neighbors, we know the importance of being prepared for the Hurricane Season.
Does your family or business have an emergency plan? Have you or your family designated a meeting location in case a disaster strikes? Does your company have a remote back-up system? Do you know the evacuation routes? Do you have items for each member of your household from the disaster checklist?
Don’t wait for disaster to strike. Now is the time to prepare. Learn more!
All year long, Neighbors 4 Neighbors is making connections between those in need and those who can help. Sometimes the stories are so compelling they end up right on your TV via CBS channel 4! Here are some recent stories of Neighbors 4 Neighbors in action. Click here to check it out!
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The Children’s Services Council of Broward County provides leadership, advocacy, and funding for services for and on behalf of children. More than 100 CSC programs are delivered by “provider” agencies that have clearly defined goals and outcomes and are regularly monitored for quality and performance.
Neighbors 4 Neighbors is proud to partner with the Children's Services Council on important initiatives to help the children and families of our community, like our annual Back to School campaign and Swim Safety initiative.
Click here to learn more about the Children's Services Council.
Neighbors 4 Neighbors spotlights several issues over the summer to keep kids safe. Our swim safety campaign airs spots on air with information on free and low cost swim safety classes. Our Look Before You Lock Campaign reminds people to check the back seat for children who may be overlooked when getting out of the car. Click to learn more!
School will be out soon, but Neighbors 4 Neighbors is already gearing up for the new school year!
In partnership with Broward Children’s Services Council, and the Kids 4 Kids Club, Neighbors 4 Neighbors is working to make sure that all south florida students go back to school with the supplies they need to start the school year for success.
We're proud to announce that the CBS 4 News magazine and newspaper has picked up Neighbors 4 Neighbors as a regular contributor of content. Check out our latest Back to School story in the August issue of the Coral Gables magazine edition and newspaper. Pick up your free copy at Publix, Navarro and other stores across South Florida.
Spring reminds us that life comes back. Despite rough weather that can knock us down, or slow our growth, we can start over. Over the past 22 years, with your help, Neighbors 4 Neighbors has helped our neighbors recover from disasters large and small. Together we have delivered over 10.5 million in donations of cash, food and services to those in need. Served over 550,000 individuals for the holidays through Adopt a Family 4 the Holidays, and supported over 900 South Florida nonprofits with resources, donated goods and services.
Now, we need your support to help us continue to help our neighbors. We have launched a fundraising campaign on behalf of Neighbors 4 Neighbors, and ask that you make a donation in whatever amount you wish. Please click here to make a secure credit card donation. Checks may be mailed to Neighbors 4 Neighbors at 8900 NW 18 Terrace, Miami FL 33172
The school year is almost over and along with the end of the school year will also be the end of free or reduced breakfasts and lunches for many children in South Florida. Neighbors 4 Neighbors is proud to partner with and promote the Summer Break Spot. A place where all students 18 and under can eat breakfast, snacks and lunch for free! Click to learn more
Our most popular program each year matches hundreds of families in need with caring adopters.
Each year, during the holidays Neighbors 4 Neighbors matches hundreds of families with caring businesses, churches, groups and individuals who help make the holidays a little brighter. Learn more
N4N is the fiscal agent for Adopt A Bear which was created by CBS investigative reporter, Michelle Gillen. Bears are purchased and given to Family Court Judges, Fire and Police, for children who have been traumatized, in Miami Dade and Broward. Recent grants from Palm Beach Sherriff’s office, has taken the program to Palm Beach. Since its inception the program has distributed over 10,000 bears to comfort children.
To make a donation to Adopt A Bear, click here.
An off-shoot of Adopt A Family, this unique website invites people with talents and skills to share, an opportunity to search for a family that needs them. All families are submitted by NPO social service agencies. The system matches according to need, geographic area and criteria established by the volunteer and agency. Since launching in March of 2013, the site has registered over 400 volunteers and 86 nonprofits. More registrations and projects are being added every day. Click here and register today to connect with a project near you!
Neighbors 4 Neighbors is a powerful media outlet committed to connecting people in need with those who can help. All year long, our YouTube channel gets populated with new stories, specials and tips to keep you and your family safe. Feel free to comment and subscribe, and definitely check it out! Here's a list of the latest!
During the summer South Florida youths attending the YMCA Summer Program competed to have their image of kindness selected for reproduction. 60,000 copies of the six winning images have been printed and laminated for distribution. These “Kindness Cards” have a drawing on one side and this message in English and Spanish on the other: “You just performed a random act of kindness. I noticed, and want to thank you for making our world and community a better place. Please enjoy the art on the other side and pass this card along to someone you see performing a random act of kindness.”
A Facebook campaign invited “friends” to “like” their favorite images. The top six images were printed laminated and are being distributed through other nonprofits, community groups and the general public.
Our Family Fund provides emergency food, clothing, and shelter to families in crisis. Often it is a fire, or unexpected event such as an accident or illness that exhausts a family’s resources. It may be a wheelchair for a recently handicapped teen, or linens for a family moving from homelessness to permanent housing. Thanks to generous donations from the public, Neighbors 4 Neighbors is able to meet the need through our Family Fund. Donate now
This year's Local Hero contest starts now, and you could win a wheelchair-accessible vehicle! Learn more
ELMORE will assist senior homeowners in Florida who have reverse mortgages and face foreclosure due to nonpayment of property-related expenses. The goal is to help them catch up on past-due and upcoming payments so that they can remain in their homes. The program can provide up to $25,000 for eligible senior homeowners. To apply, call the toll-free ELMORE Application and Information Line at 1-800-601-3534 and learn more at FloridaELMORE.org.
Looking for a supplemental dose of good health? You can earn extra mental and physical health benefits by volunteering. That's the verdict from various academic, medical and federal research reports. Volunteer work leads to lower depression rates and better functional abilities, studies show. Other benefits include reduced levels of stress, chronic pain and heart disease symptoms. Learn more here.
The 2013-2014 Family Resource Guides are available for pickup or delivery. It's filled with tons of important information for families on topics such as child care, financial literacy, education, and child safety. Download your copy online here.
It's official! The new HandsOn Miami is here to inspire, equip and mobilize people to take action to positively affect change in Miami-Dade County. They connect individuals and groups to meaningful hands-on service opportunities that make a difference in local communities.
We’re proud to partner with Black Tie South Florida – a wonderful resource for event management created to empower nonprofits by giving them access to online event planning and convenient, easy, one-stop web-based technology for heightening awareness, raising money, managing events, communicating with supporters and managing critical data
We have partnered with Eye On South Florida to bring our neighbors even more stories about helping those in need in our community every day. They're all about communicating news and entertainment with good family values.
Our community partners at HandsOn Broward connect individuals and groups to meaningful hands-on service opportunities at over 600 nonprofit organizations in Miami-Dade and Broward County.
Click here to connect with HandsOn Broward and learn more about volunteer opportunities, trainings and events.
We want to thank one of our founding underwriters,The Herbert W. Hoover Foundation, for their continued support of Neighbors 4 Neighbors over the past 20 years!
Neighbors 4 Neighbors organizational and financial information can be found on Guidestar here.
An Oakland Park man accused of running over a grandmother and her 4-year-old grandson several times hasn’t been charged.
Four-year-old Joshua Snyder died Saturday, just after arriving at Broward Health Medical Center. The grandmother, Estelida Morales, has been hospitalized since Saturday evening. Her family told CBS4 News she has a fractured back.