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Celebrate Good Neighbor Day With Us

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Show Your Neighbors You Care

Research shows that staying connected to our communities is good for our mental and physical health.

National Good Neighbor Day is the perfect opportunity to strengthen those neighborly connections for your well-being.

Reach out with a small act of kindness, such as:

  • Drop off some homemade baked goods to a neighbor you haven’t seen for a while
  • Clean up any trash or debris in your neighborhood, saying a friendly hello to anyone you see
  • Leave a handwritten note with your contact information for a new neighbor

Simply pausing for a conversation with one of your neighbors can go a long way toward building relationships that strengthen our communities.

Share your Good Neighbor Day moment on social media with #GoodNeighborDay2023 — and remember you don’t need a special day to be a good neighbor!

Other Ways to Participate in Good Neighbor Day

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