Neighborhood House Announces New Look to Continue a Diverse Array of Support Services

Neighborhood House Expands Safety Net and Resources to Vulnerable Populations in Northern Oakland County As Neighborhood House celebrates more than 50 years as the community’s resource for assistance and guidance, it announces a transition to a completely new look.  Neighborhood House’s re-branding aligns with the organization’s mission to create sustainable change through a diverse array of support services, fostering transitions, and assisting individuals through difficult … [Read more...]

Neighborhood House Encourages Executive Youth Board Applicants

Neighborhood House is actively accepting applications for their 2021-2022 Executive Youth Board now through May 15. The Youth Board assists in the planning, development, and implementation of Neighborhood House fundraising events. This leadership group frequently promotes volunteer opportunities at Neighborhood Houses’ three locations: their clothes closet, food pantry, and main office. The Executive Youth Board was developed in 2008 when a local citizen granted $10,000 to Neighborhood … [Read more...]

Neighborhood House Brings Joy to Children this Easter

On March 31, Neighborhood House will hold its annual Easter Basket Program in an effort to benefit their client’s children. For more than 15 years, Neighborhood House has distributed hundreds of baskets to families in need. Since its onset, the program has experienced significant growth.  Beginning in 2005, Neighborhood House distributed over 75 baskets to clients. This year they are distributing 165 baskets and have accrued a waiting list. “This program is entirely available … [Read more...]

Help Needed to Outfit Children for School

Neighborhood House Needs Help Outfitting Children for School Neighborhood House is seeking new donated school supplies from July 13 - August 7. School supplies may be dropped off at the Neighborhood House office at 1720 South Livernois or at the Rochester Hills Public Library, Rams Horn Restaurant, the Rochester Fire Station, the Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce office, or Oakland Township Hall. Last year Neighborhood House outfitted 488 children for school in partnership with Assistance … [Read more...]

Neighborhood House Deploys $100,000 Grant

Neighborhood House Immediately Deploys $100,000 Grant in Response to Dire Economic Impact of Coronavirus Neighborhood House, with a mission to walk with neighbors forging the path toward self-sustainability, is thrilled to receive a $100,000 grant from Oakland County and United Way for Southeastern Michigan. The nonprofit organization, serving the 100 square mile area of Rochester, Rochester Hills, Auburn Hills, Oakland Township, and Addison Township, delivers full service “wrap-around” … [Read more...]

Virtual Version of Annual Scare Away Hunger Run

Neighborhood House Scare Away Hunger 5K Run/Walk Goes Virtual Neighborhood House has decided to take their Scare Away Hunger 5K run/walk virtual. For this virtual 5K, participants may choose one of the three suggested routes or choose a route wherever they would like between October 1-18. They can run, walk, or jog the distance to complete their entry. This is a great opportunity for runners, walkers, and families to get outdoors while helping those less fortunate in our community. Every … [Read more...]

Neighborhood House Outfits Children in Need

Blast Off 2 School Neighborhood House is seeking new donated school supplies from July 13 - August 7. School supplies may be dropped off at the Neighborhood House office at 1720 South Livernois or at the Rochester Hills Public Library, Rams Horn, the Rochester Fire Station, the Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce office, or Oakland Township Hall. Neighborhood House has created a COVID-19 Emergency Fund where monetary donations can also be made to benefit neighbors in need. By donating just $50, a … [Read more...]

Neighborhood House Executive Youth Board Continues Despite Social Distancing

Neighborhood House is Now Accepting Applications for our 2020/2021 Executive Youth Board Neighborhood House is officially accepting applications from high school students in Rochester, Rochester Hills, Oakland Township, Addison Township, Auburn Hills, and surrounding communities to apply for their Executive Youth Board. Even while we practice social distancing, Neighborhood House encourages the youth in our community to grow and learn through this opportunity. In an effort to help … [Read more...]

Neighborhood House Begins Urgent COVID-19 Emergency Fund

Neighborhood House, a non-profit helping our local neighbors experiencing financial hardship, has launched a COVID-19 emergency fundraising page in order to meet the growing needs of our neighbors being affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. #GivingTuesdayNow is a global day of giving and unity, set to take place on May 5, as an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19. The day is designed to drive an influx of generosity, citizen engagement, business and philanthropy … [Read more...]

Neighborhood House in Urgent Need of Supplies

Neighborhood House Food Pantry Open for Business, Accepting New Clients, and in Urgent Need of Supplies Neighborhood House, a food pantry and service center committed to building self-sustainability, is remaining open during Michigan’s executive order to suspend all unnecessary activities. The food pantry is considered an essential service to sustain life. However due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19, demands are on the rise and donations are in short supply. “Over 25% of Rochester … [Read more...]