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Celebrate Good Neighbor Day

Man talking to his senior neighbor holding bags of groceries, both wearing protective gear during pandemic


National Good Neighbor Day, on September 28th, may look a little different this year — but it’s more important than ever to stay connected to our communities.


Physical distancing doesn’t have to mean social disconnection, and AARP Foundation has lots of ways to celebrate Good Neighbor Day safely. From virtual volunteer opportunities to simply letting your neighbors know you care, we can help you keep those neighborly connections strong.


Share your Good Neighbor Day moment on social media with #GoodNeighborDay2020 — and don’t forget to keep connecting all year ’round!

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Volunteer for Meal Pack Challenge 2020

Each year, the Meal Pack Challenge packs nutritious meals for seniors across the Washington, D.C., region. For 2020, you can join in from home!

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Other Ways to Participate in Good Neighbor Day

Virtual Volunteer Guide

Our Virtual Volunteer Guide has everything you need to know to find meaningful remote volunteering opportunities that are right for you.

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Care Card

Let someone know you’re thinking of them with our specially designed care card!

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Virtual Service Project

Join volunteers from across the country on Monday September 21st from 1-2:30pm ET for a virtual service project in honor of AARP founder, Ethel Percy Andrus’ 136th birthday!

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Create the Good

Now is the perfect time to explore Virtual Volunteering. Create the Good helps you find opportunities that match your skills and interests.

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