Neighbors 4 Neighbors
It has been a heartbreaking holiday season for a South Florida family. First the Marchesani family lost their 12-year-old son, then burglars broke into their home.
Mario Chalmers is used to hearing cheers from the home crowd—but the cheers heard at the YMCA in South Dade is a whole different feeling for the Heat player.
Non-profits across South Florida are taking advantage of Neighbors 4 Neighbors’ HelpingFeelsGood.org to connect with skilled volunteers to help those they serve.
Do you want to help others but don’t know where to start? Neighbors 4 Neighbors can help.
It was a site that brought tears to the eyes of Sammie Willis, whose 15-year-old son Aaron was paralyzed from the waist down on December 19th when a bullet struck him in the back in a drive-by shooting.
Neighbors 4 Neighbors is launching an exciting new web initiative that makes it easy for people to share their talents to help neighbors in need.
A small group of parents, students, and church leaders gave the Rodriguez family a warm welcome that they needed in the parking lot of Gladeview Christian School Wednesday. They came to give them items donated by friends, and local news viewers.
This weekend, Dwyane Wade will bring smiles as bright as Christmas to South Florida’s underprivileged families.
Make history on a day that does the same: serve people in crisis by donating to Neighbors 4 Neighbors on 12/12/12 – “Give Miami Day”.
Make history on a day that does the same: serve people in crisis by donating to Neighbors 4 Neighbors on 12/12/12, Give Miami Day. During Give Miami Day, your donation of $25 or more will be matched by The Miami Foundation.