Missouri Good Neighbor Week
12,594 Acts of Neighboring
Missouri Good Neighbor Week starts on National Good Neighbor Day, September 28, and runs until October 4. Signed into law by Missouri Governor Mike Parsons (July 2022), the week's goal is to encourage Missourians to do acts of neighboring and nominate their engaged neighbors for an award.
In 2022, thousands of Missourians participated, reporting 12,594 acts of neighboring and submitting 115 nominations for an engaged neighbor. The impacts of this one week reached 63 of the 114 counties in Missouri. Plus, 17 individuals were honored statewide for outstanding acts of neighboring and the top engaged neighbor nominations.
Celebrate Missouri Good Neighbor Week with us in 2023! Information for how to get involved will be available Spring 2023.
Read More About 2022 Missouri Good Neighbor Week
10 Greene County Residents Recognized for Their Efforts to be an Engaged Neighbor.
Missourians recognized with statewide awards following first Missouri Good Neighbor Week.
2 Kirkwoodians Honored For Missouri Good Neighbor Week.
University of Missouri Extension is a valued and trusted educational solution to improve the quality of life in Missouri, the nation and the world.
The Hopeful Neighborhood Project inspires and equips everyday neighbors to pursue the common good right where they live by providing free events and resources at www.hopefulneighborhood.org.
University of Missouri Extension
The Hopeful Neighborhood Network
Participating counties have their own local sponsors.
For example, in Greene County the local sponsor is the Greene County Extension Council.
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