National Good Neighbor Day is September 28

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Have you noticed how our culture has redefined what a good neighbor looks like?

It used to be a good neighbor was someone you could count on. Today, many people consider a good neighbor as someone who is quiet and leaves you alone.

That has led to more isolation, fewer friendships, and a loneliness epidemic.

In 2023, the United States Surgeon General declared loneliness a public health crisis.

We think it’s time to change that.

Meeting the people who live closest to you doesn’t have to be uncomfortable.

We’re here to help make it as simple as possible.

1. Get Your Good Neighbor Guide

The kit is filled with simple, practical things you can do to celebrate National Good Neighbor Day.

2. Make Your Plan

We’ll help you make a plan so you know exactly what you’re going to do on September 28.

3. Meet Your Neighbors

With your plan in place, you can confidently make the first step in creating connections and building belonging.

You’re not doing this alone.

Join thousands of others across the country building connections on National Good Neighbor Day.


Being a better neighbor is more than a one-day event.

National Good Neighbor Day is just the starting point.

We’ve partnered with organizations all across the country to help you build neighborhood connections the other 364 days throughout the year.

Let's reverse the epidemic of loneliness in our country.

It starts with a simple act of neighboring on September 28.