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Here’s Your Excuse to Finally Meet Your Neighbors

Neighborday—our hyperlocal, hyperglobal holiday—is back.

For six years now, GOOD has turned the last weekend in April into a global block party. This year, April 30 is Neighborday—a holiday all about getting a little face time with the folks who share your walls and fences.

It’s easy to be a part of Neighborday. Whether you want to simply meet your neighbors for the first time or gather them for a BBQ, we’ve created a toolkit to help you take action on Neighborday. You might use this as an opportunity to start a community project like planting a pollinator pathway or transforming a vacant lot into a pop-up park.

You can sign up to host a Neighborday gathering, too. GOOD might just surprise you with some goodies to help your promote your gathering to your neighbors.

Whatever you choose, we hope April 30 serves as an opportunity to build new, authentic connections within your community.

P.S. Post how you’re spending Neighborday to your social using #letsneighbor and we’ll re-share.

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Hey, Neighbor. Thanks for the Good Times.

This was Neighborday 2015. #letsneighbor

Last Saturday was the fifth anniversary of Neighborday, the global block party we invented to get people talking with the people who share their walls and fences.

From small gatherings to big adventures, you’ve already shared a few great celebration stories on our mobile platform, CTZN. We know you’ve got more, and we can’t wait to hear them! Below are a few of our favorite moments so far.

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Neighborday Idea #6: Organize a Neighborhood Fruit Harvest

If there’s surplus fruit in your neighborhood, pool together your resources and share it with those in need. #LetsNeighbor

April 25 marks the fifth anniversary of Neighborday, a global block party we invented to get people talking (and partying) with the people who live around them. Leading up to the big day, we’re sharing creative ways organizations in our native Los Angeles are connecting with the folks who share their walls and fences.

Stay tuned this week for more ideas about how to celebrate. #LetsNeighbor

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Neighborday Idea #2: Throw a Party for Changemakers in Your Neighborhood

Kick back and get ready to make change. #LetsNeighbor

April 25 marks the fifth anniversary of Neighborday, a global block party we invented to get people talking (and partying) with the people who live around them. Leading up to the big day, we’re sharing creative ways organizations in our native Los Angeles are connecting with the folks who share their walls and fences.

Stay tuned this week for more ideas about how to celebrate. #LetsNeighbor

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