Neighbor to Neighbor is hiring!

Neighbor to Neighbor is hiring 2 Regional Coordinator positions: Centeral/Eastern Massachusetts Regional Field Coordinator & Western Massachusetts Regional Field Coordinator 1. Neighbor to Neighbor Central/Eastern Massachusetts Regional Field Coordinator Job Description Neighbor to Neighbor is seeking a Central/Eastern Massachusetts Regional Field Coordinator to co-develop, lead on strategies, and tactics to advance the organization’s priority campaigns […]

Holyoke’s loss of $275K energy grant sad loss for city’s future

06/11/2020 by Katie Talbot, Holyoke Organizer for Neighbor to Neighbor The Barr Foundation rescinding the $275,000 grant to the city of Holyoke is a sad loss for the city’s residents and future. The grant was an opportunity for the city of Holyoke to analyze its energy use with the pro-bono support of Rocky Mount Institute (a […]

In These Times, a Love Letter to You

Dear Friend, You are a cherished member of N2N’s community.  In times like these, it’s important to be in community, even if virtually. This, then, is the purpose of this love letter to you.  First and foremost: How are you?  How are your loved ones? How are you making meaning of the COVID-19 crisis? I truly […]

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Development/Communications Associate for Grassroots Political Organization

About Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts (N2N-MA) We are the “new majority”: people of color, immigrants, women, and the working class, on a path to liberation.  Our statewide membership is organizing to put people and the planet before profit. We counter the fear that causes injustice by building power to transform the institutions that govern our […]

Worcester City Council signals support for fare-free bus service By Steven H. Foskett Jr.Telegram & Gazette Staff Posted Jan 7, 2020 at 8:59 PMUpdated Jan 7, 2020 at 8:59 PM    WORCESTER – The City Council Tuesday night signaled support for a deeper exploration into the feasibility of a fare-free public transportation system. Councilors supported an order from at-large City Councilor Gary Rosen to request that public hearings on the idea be held through the […]

Holyoke nets $275K grant for planning transition to net-zero future By DUSTY CHRISTENSEN Staff Writer Published: 12/18/2019 11:33:49 PM HOLYOKE — As scientists warn of the increasingly dire need to stop using fossil fuels to avoid the worst of climate change, municipalities are grappling with a big question: What does that transition away from fossil fuels look like. For Holyoke, planning that transition just got a […]

State Representative Candidate Forum–Full Video

State Representative Candidate Forum in Lynn Member-leaders from N2N and Lynn United for Change asked questions about the most pressing issues in our community, including rapid gentrification and development in the city, lack of housing and rising rents, and environmental justice. The candidates are running for the 11th Essex District. See full video here:    

Environmental Justice Webinar

DONOR CALLS AND WEBINARS The resources our donors contribute to Neighbor to Neighbor are essential to our fight for a better world, so we’re excited to create a space where we share with you the transformative work that your generosity makes possible. This is our first Donor Call & Webinar of an on-going series where we will share […]

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