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Quickly and safely activate a community of local volunteers  

Good Neighbors is an intelligent volunteer management tool that enables contactless deliveries and social support for at-risk individuals.

How does it work?

A request is submitted
We send out requests via text
Volunteer coordinates with requester to complete request

We’re partnering with cities, non-profits and community organizations

We’re proud to collaborate with and be trusted by a number of incredible organizations including The Age Strong Commission, Massachusetts Department of Health Covid-19 Response Team, Partners in Health Tracing Collaborative,  Feeding America Network, 311-Boston and more.

"The Good Neighbors program represents the best of Boston. Neighbors helping neighbors."
- Boston Mayor Marty Walsh
"I spent 15 delightful minutes talking on the phone with an 83-year-old woman who just needed to chat with someone. I think it's the start of a good friendship!”
- Megan, Good Neighbors Volunteer
“Good Neighbors was so easy to use. A nice young women quickly responded to my request. I am very impressed.”
- Maryanne, Boston resident
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Our intuitive technology sets us apart

Intelligent, automated matching

Our algorithm smartly matches volunteers to requests that fit their language and distance preferences in minutes.

Background checks

We have integrated a secure third-party tool that can run full criminal background checks on volunteers for an additional fee.

Manage and track requests

Review new requests in real time and track status of service in one simple dashboard.

SMS-based system

Our smart SMS-based system manages and coordinates volunteer so you don’t have to.

Easy for volunteers

Volunteers review and accept requests on the spot, ensuring swift response times.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who does Good Neighbors partner with? 

The mission of Good Neighbors is to ensure that everyone gets the support they need during this crisis quickly and safely. We’re keen to share our technology with other cities and welcome partnerships with community-based organizations, government agencies, foundations and corporations. 


How has it worked in other cities? 

Good Neighbors was first launched in Boston in partnership with Mayor Walsh. Over 500 volunteers signed up in the first couple of days, and we’ve now completed hundreds of critical requests for at-risk individuals and families. 


What does it mean to partner with Good Neighbors? 

When you partner with Good Neighbors we’ll make the service available in your city, a trusted member of your team will have access to our intuitive management tool to track and measure your community’s adoption,  and we’ll do everything we can to ensure your launch is a success. 

Contact us to learn more about becoming a partner