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About Us

About Us

Our Mission Statement:

Neighbor-to-Neighbor is a non-profit organization that comforts and assists people experiencing problems arising from conditions or limitations that lead to a deterioration in their quality of life.

Volunteers are the key to our services and a neighbor’s independence. Volunteers are screened, trained and participate in on-going training. Through our Peer Companion and Respite for Caregivers programs, matches between volunteers and clients are made based on need, location in Door County and compatibility. Volunteers of all ages are welcome. Volunteers under the age of 18 must be partnered with someone over 18. Intergenerational volunteering (adult and child) is encouraged and can be a beneficial life experience for families.

Volunteers carry out all aspects of our Medical Equipment Loan program, as well. On-call volunteers are connected with individuals in need of medical equipment. Neighbor-to-Neighbor volunteers meet clients and assist them in selecting medical equipment meeting their needs.

United Way of Door CountyThe Neighbor-to-Neighbor office is staffed with volunteers who take phone calls, assist with office work and greet visitors.

Neighbor-to-Neighbor is supported entirely by grants and donations from the communities in which we serve and United Way of Door County.

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