Ways to Give

Ways to Give to Neighborhood House

Partner with Neighborhood House and together we can build a neighborhood where everyone can find success and thrive here.

Your gift today supports the work we accomplish everyday and in everyway through programs that empower our clients, students, youth, children and community.

Get Invovled with March Food Drive 2023!

Join us as we aim to raise $200,000 from February 27 until April 9 for March Food Drive!

Legacy Giving

When you make a gift in your will or estate, you ensure Neighborhood House’s services are available for families for generations to come.

For more information on Legacy Giving, email Mackenzie Romenesko, Individual & Planned Gift Officer.

In-Kind Giving

At Neighborhood House we greatly appreciate your in-kind donations of food, winter gear, and other essentials.

For more information on In-Kind giving or to set up a time to make a donation or start a fund drive, email Elisabeth, Individual & Planned Gift Officer.

More Ways to Give

We have a variety of ways you can contribute and strengthen our community.

For more information on More Ways to Give, email Nick Contreraz, Development & Communications Manager


There are many ways to become a sponsor at Neighborhood House.

For more information on More Ways to Give, email Nick Contreraz, Development & Communications Manager

Annual Reports

Learn more about Neighborhood House and the impact you can have in this community when you choose to support Neighborhood House. 

Our annual reports include our financials, program highlights, participant stories, our supporters and so much more! 


Our funders invest in us by making cash donations, sponsorships or grants of $10,000 or more to support our mission and programs.

Investments from these funders improve the community and provide support for more than 16,000 people who turn to us for help each year.

Ways to Give - Jerry

Neighborhood House program participants say ...

“Neighborhood House is bagging up and boxing up more than just food. They’re bagging up love. They’re bagging up hope and smiles.” — Jerry, (Food Market Participant)

“My achievement is the achievement of Neighborhood House. I highly recommend the classes because sometimes we don’t believe in things or we’re afraid. We do not all know the same things, and some of us might struggle more than others, but the teachers are dedicated and help each person with whatever problem they may be having.” — Neysla (Former Adult Education Participant)

“If you’re struggling right now, as I was some months ago, you can come to Neighborhood House for resources to get the help you need to move forward. It’s been very, very beneficial for me and my family to come here – to get us out of the rut that we were in before. Thank you!” — Tammy (Family Centers Participant)