Temple, Texas’ Good Neighbor Program Starts April 1, Needs Volunteers
Doing something good for others has never been easier than signing up for the City of Temple, Texas's Good Neighbor Program. It's a chance to provide some services for those in the community who are unable to do some things on their own and could really use a helping hand.
Good Neighbor Program
The program was developed as a way for residents of Temple, Texas to help out neighbors in need of assistance with lawn care and other yard maintenance and minor home improvements projects.
Nancy Glover, Director of the Housing and Community Development Department, tells KCEN,
"Our residents truly care about one another and are willing to help their neighbors, so we are excited to match community members through this program. By working together, we can continue to enhance the community.”
The Good Neighbor program starts on April 1 and runs through October 31, and is looking for volunteers to help out. If you are interesting in volunteering, you'll need to fill out an application and get approved. Once approved, you'll get assigned a project once per month from a Resource Coordinator.
The Transform Temple Tool Library will provide the equipment needed to complete the projects.
Volunteering is also a great way to give back to the community and do something positive for your fellow neighbor. By volunteering and giving your time, you help those who may not be able to afford or get the work done on their own.
Want to get involved and become a volunteer? Get the details HERE.