The purpose of Good Neighbors is to help families and individuals in times of crisis and need with clothing, emergency food and support
When the schools are closed due to the weather, Good Neighbors will be closed.
New Policy for Green Good Neighbors Due to the lack of storage space, we will no longer accept out of season clothes, shoes, and home décor; electronics, including TVs and computers; sports equipment; luggage; cars seats; cribs; books; magazines; VHS tapes; and metal hangers.
We will only accept items that are new/gently used, in season, clean, and in working order. We are not able to repair, clean, mend, or launder donations.
We will continue to accept in season clothing and shoes; kitchen and bath linens; small kitchen appliances; kitchenware; diapers and small baby equipment; toys; new and unopened food items; and new personal care products.
For large furniture, please call 330-899-9880 on Wednesday mornings from 9:00 am-12:00 pm to make arrangements.
There is a donation shed available for drop offs 24/7 at the rear of Greensburg United Methodist Church located at 2161 Greensburg Road. Please do not leave anything outside of the shed.
Volunteers are available on Wednesday mornings from 9:00 am-12:00 pm to assist you with unloading your vehicle.
Thanks to our volunteers and supporters, Good Neighbors has been helping families and individuals in need for 61 years now.
Acme Representatives John Demchock and Katie Albrecht-Swartz presented our Food Center Chairman George Camilletti and Council President Valerie Straw with the proceeds from Acme's 2017 Pack the Pantry Food Drive fundraiser for our Good Neighbors food pantries. Thank you to Acme Fresh Market and their associates, the Albrecht Family Foundation, Katie Albrecht-Swartz, Jim Trout and the community for providing $20,000 in groceries for our food pantries and financial support for our organization.
Food Center Chairman George Camilletti organizes the food donated by Acme.
The Dedicated Volunteers Of Good Neighbors
Good Neighbors is a volunteer-run organization with more than 300 volunteers and only one part-time paid employee.
Thank you to the Goodyear Employees for painting, organizing and cleaning our Food Center and Central Office!
Thank you to ACME Fresh Market for their generosity and continued support!
Acme Representatives presented Good Neighbors Volunteers with the 2016 Pack the Pantry Food Drive Proceeds.
Photos are from the 2016 Acme Pack The Pantry Food Drive Kick-Off Breakfast.
Acme Associates presented Good Neighbors Volunteers with the 2015 Pack The Pantry Food Drive Fundraiser Proceeds.
The Good Neighbors Installation Of Officers Banquet 2016
Good Neighbors Council President, Valerie Straw
The Good Neighbors Installation Of Officers Banquet 2017