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Become a Member
Become a Volunteer
Download the Neighbors at Home Volunteer Handbook here. The Volunteer Handbook describes the proper way for Neighbors at Home volunteers to interact with the members for whom they are providing services. There are some Dos and Don'ts. See below the types of services that Neighbors at Home provides: drivers, home help, social, and info tech.
Download the Neighbors at Home Volunteer Application here. Use this form for applying to become a Neighbors at Home volunteer. It includes a several different forms that we require for volunteers. Each volunteer is vetted to insure the safety of everyone and that Neighbors at Home members receive high-quality service.
Be a Driver
Driver volunteers drive members to appointments and other errands, usually within about 30 miles of Northfield.
Info Tech volunteers help members to work with cell phones, computers, and help with other technology issues.
Lend-a-Hand volunteers help senors in their homes with simple things like changing a light bulb or hanging pictures.
Social connection volunteers arrange personal visits, group meals, etc., and to alert members to local events.
Help Out Financially
Neighbors at Home, a 501(C)(3) non-profit corporation, is accepting donations. If you would like to help out in this way please send a check to the address listed below. For further information or to receive a call from the president of Neighbors at Home, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Header image: Honoring a retiring Board member at the 2022 Annual Meeting