Why donate to Neighbors 4 Neighbors?

Donations made to Neighbors 4 Neighbors go directly to the most vulnerable in our community. We host various programs, such as our Back To Scool Fund, Mental Wellness Campaign, Ashley O’s Food Fight, Family Fund, the Adopt A Family 4 the Holidays Program and more! Your generous gift can really make a difference in someone’s life. You can donate at Donate - Neighbors 4 Neighbor or mail a check to Neighbors 4 Neighbors, 8900 NW 18 Terrace, Miami, FL 33172.

How long had Neighbors 4 Neighbors been around?

Neighbors 4 Neighbors is an independent nonprofit organization that is not part of CBS4. However, we do partner with CBS4 and MyTV33 to tell stories about our neighbors in need. The television station donates office space and over $500,000 in airtime each year, but money to run the organization and provide services, comes from grants, individual and corporate donations.

What is Neighbors 4 Neighbors' Service Area?

Neighbors 4 Neighbors currently serves Miami Dade, Broward and Monroe counties.

What does Neighbors 4 Neighbors do?

Neighbors 4 Neighbors connects those in need with those who can help through collaborative projects with a variety of community partners and organization to develop and provide resources for our neighbors in need.

Who qualifies for help from Neighbors 4 Neighbors?

People come to us through a variety of ways. Many are referred by local service providers, other non-profit agencies, and schools. Or if you need help finding the right resource for you, please call us at 305-597-4404.

I know someone who needs help. How can I refer them?

The first step is to make sure the person wants help and is willing to be contacted by Neighbors 4 Neighbors. Next would be to write an email with as much detail on the situation as possible and send it to carolina@2b4.89d.myftpupload.com or give us a call at 305-597-4404.

How long had Neighbors 4 Neighbors been around?

Neighbors 4 Neighbors was originally created in 1992 in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew by WFOR-TV (CBS4) the relief effort "Rebuilding: Neighbors Helping Neighbors" consisted of a 15-line phone bank, staffed 18 hours daily with volunteers and station personnel. Since then, we’ve quickly expanded our services beyond hurricane relief and evolved into one of the most effective vehicles for connecting those in need with those who can help and forging strong relationships with community and business leaders willing to tackle difficult issues.

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