In 1994, a small group of people began a series of conversations with mothers living in public housing in Southeast Raleigh. The desire was to bring hope to a hurting community.
This group was invited to sit, to listen, to eat, to laugh, and to experience the lives of these new friends. Out of these conversations there came a realization that they needed one another to fulfill the potential for a true community. The foundation for the programs and services that Neighbor To Neighbor offers came from these encounters.
Today Neighbor To Neighbor continues to come alongside families in daily partnership in Southeast Raleigh. This grassroots effort has also expanded to the growing Latino population throughout the greater Raleigh area.