Acts of neighborliness are often simple gestures that help us be a good neighbor, lift up others, or make our community a place we love.

You’re invited to take part in the 1,000 Acts of Neighborliness Challenge for one week — from September 26 to October 2 – as a way to celebrate National Good Neighbor Day on Sept. 28.

The goal is for Greene County residents to achieve 1,000 acts of kindness toward neighbors living near them.

Tell what acts you or your family did during the week, if you witnessed an act of neighboring kindness, or if you were the recipient of a kind act. If it’s something visual, take a photo and send it via email at in new window).

Share about these acts of neighborliness and get entered in the contest and drawings by completing a survey online at in new window).

Top Neighbor Awards
Awards for the best example of neighboring in these communities receive a check for $100 to $250.

Additional prizes will be awarded based on random drawings of names from those that submit neighborliness examples. These include cash and gift cards—over $500 worth of prizes.

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