February's edition of Neighbors News spotlights some big events in the upcoming weeks. Starting with the Super Bagging Event at Cub foods (sign-ups open until February 9th), the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign, a farewell party for our extraordinary CEO Charlie Thompson, and a sign-up for volunteers. Click here to read the full February Newsletter.
January's edition of Neighbors News highlights the Financial Empowerment Grand Opening, a recap of the Holiday Gift Program, a partner video featuring Wakota Federal Credit Union & Elan Financial Services, and a message to volunteers. Click here to read the full January Newsletter.
Decembers edition of Neighbors News features the Financial Empowerment Grand Opening, Neighbors turkey giveaway, a Star Tribune article featuring our CEO and President Charlie Thompson, and our holiday hours. Click here to read the full December newsletter.
Important information about upcoming events including the Walk to End Hunger, It's a Wonderful Life Benefit Performance and Give to the Max Day 2022, our Blue Wednesday Sale in the Clothes Closet Thrift Store and meet the new faces at Neighbors. Click here to read all about it.
The October edition of Neighbors News features highlights from our 50th Anniversary Celebration, information about upcoming events, volunteer opportunities and a glimpse into this year's Holiday Gift Program. Click here to read the full October newsletter.
Meet our new team members, sign-up for upcoming volunteer opportunities and learn more about our upcoming 50th anniversary celebration event in September's e-newsletter. Click here to read the full September newsletter.
David Miller, Director of Volunteer Program 2008 - 2016 Q: What was your greatest accomplishment at Neighbors? A: As a result of a volunteer-focused culture, Neighbors attained national blue-ribbon recognition for effective community engagement in 2014. Q: What attracted you to Neighbors? A: My first experience with Neighbors was going to my job interview with [...]
Read about the latest happenings at Neighbors - including important 50th anniversary updates, recent hunger statistics, volunteer information and ways to support Neighbors in the coming months. Click here to read the entire August newsletter.
July marks the mid-way month through the calendar year and a new fiscal year for Neighbors, Inc. Read about what items are needed in the food shelf, explore information about our new Financial Empowerment Program and more in our latest newsletter. Click here to read July's e-newsletter.
Hiring: Part-time Assistant in the Clothes Closet Thrift Store Our mission: Providing opportunities for our neighbors to thrive by connecting volunteers to people in need. Job Title: Clothes Closet Thrift Store (CCTS) Assistant Classification: Non-exempt, Part Time (25 hours per week and three hours 1 Saturday per month) Hiring Range: $16-17 per hour Position Overview: [...]
This month's newsletter features opportunities for volunteer drivers, updates about upcoming construction projects and information on our new Third Saturday programming. Click here to read the full June newsletter.
Memories from Former Staff Member Barbie Hosford Through her dedication, both as an employee and volunteer, Barb (Barbie) Hosford served the community at Neighbors for several years. She credits her interest in giving back to the example her mother set for her as she was growing up. Because of this, Barb felt certain there would [...]
Between wrapping up our annual Minnesota FoodShare campaign to celebrating National Volunteer Week, April was a busy month at Neighbors. Catch up on all the exciting events that took place and find out more about our current needs and future plans in this month's newsletter. Click here to read the Neighbors' May Newsletter.
Catch up on the latest news at Neighbors - including information about the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign, a special event for National Volunteer Week and our special Saturday Sale in the Clothes Closet Thrift Store. Click here to read the full newsletter.
This month's e-newsletter features stories from our past history, information about this year's Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign, an important announcement about special sales in the Clothes Closet Thrift Store and more! Click here to read the full March newsletter.
Kristy Oberpriller Luther Memorial Church Rep & Benefit Fashion Show Coordinator A long-time member of Luther Memorial Church in South St. Paul, Kristy Oberpriller has been involved with Neighbors since a young age through her church. Her mother was very active with their church and its community volunteer initiatives, usually bringing Kristy along with [...]
Reflections from Mary Ellen Storms Neighbors Staff Member - 1980's and Beyond Neighbors' 30th Anniversary Luncheon at Church of St. Joseph's. Mary Ellen pictured on far right. Shortly after her husband's death, Mary Ellen Storms attended a meeting at her church and learned about a new service organization from Neighbors Executive Director Bob [...]
We recently caught up with two former AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers In Service To America) team members - Steve and Kazoua - to find out what they have been up to after their service years at Neighbors, Inc. Staff photo from Steve's last day at Neighbors. Steve Watanaskul was the first of three [...]
Learn more about Minnesota's largest food and fund drive of the year (Minnesota FoodShare) as well as information about our upcoming Super Bagging event and more in the latest edition of our monthly e-newsletter. Click here to read full newsletter.
Reflections from Pastor Gary Langness Augustana Lutheran Church, West St. Paul Pastor Gary Langness served at Augustana Lutheran Church in West St. Paul in the early 1970s when Neighbors Director Bob Adams approached the church about becoming a mission partner. Bob specifically asked if Augustana would be interested in supporting Neighbors financially as well [...]