Stay tuned for more information about donating food items to our food pantry and additional volunteer opportunities for individuals and groups!Read More
On April 20th 2018, Neighborhood House will be the beneficiary of this year's Wine & Beer Tasting Fundraiser hosted by the Rochester Rotary at the Rochester Road Bordine's. The event includes new and unique wines from local distributors as well as incredible food from over a dozen area restaurants.Read More
Join us on February 12th 4pm-8pm for our fundraiser at Chipotle Mexican Grill (48 N. Adams Rd.) hosted by our Executive Youth Board. 50% of proceeds will be donated to Neighborhood House, but you must show this flyer to the cashier. Help us spread the word by sharing this post!Read More
On January 13 and 14 Neighborhood House volunteers will collect donations from Kroger shoppers at 25 Mile and Dequindre to help feed our hungry neighbors this winter. You can make a big difference for a hungry neighbor.
You can help by contributing canned goods or personal items when you shop, by picking up a special $5 or $10 pre-packaged bag of food staples at your Kroger store, or by volunteering for a shift on one of the collection days.Read More
It's that time of year! The Neighborhood House Giving Tree is a beloved annual event in our community. It requires many community organizations and individuals' time, talent and treasures. We hope you will participate this year!Read More
We hope you will join us for Rochester Kiwanis & River Crest's annual “Pass the Pasta” event to benefit Neighborhood House on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017 from 5:30 - 7:30 PM. Enjoy 3 pastas, salad bar, sundae bar, & a beverage as well as a Silent Auction & Music. Tickets are $20 if purchased ahead of time or $25 at door. Tickets for kids under 12 are $9.
Have fun with family and friends during the holidays while supporting Neighborhood House and our Executive Youth Board who is coordinating this wonderful holiday kick-off event! All tickets include 2+ games of bowling, shoes, pizza & pop along with one raffle ticket. Come win great raffle prizes and get in the holiday spirit! You can purchase tickets at the door!Read More
Neighborhood House’s 7th Annual Scare Away Hunger 5k Run/Walk is set to take place on October 22 at 3:00p.m. Registration is $25 per person and $20 per student. Participants who register as a family or a group also receive the $20 per person rate. The race beings at Rochester College, the presenting sponsor of the event. The route will be a beautiful, colorful autumn run/walk featuring a loop around Rochester College, through the new Lake Norcentra Park, out to the Clinton River Trail with the destination of a beautiful, scenic loop that will head back to campus and the finish line. Family activities will continue until 5:00 p.m. “We have runners who compete in this chip-timed race, as well as families who walk the trail with strollers and walkers,” said Sally Anglim, Scare Away Hunger Coordinator. “We always have sponsor booths, kids’ activities, crafts and more to engage children in the Halloween spirit.” New this year is team fundraising prior to the race via the registration website www.scareawayhungerrun.org.Read More
Every year, Neighborhood House helps local children head back to school fully prepared. This year, Neighborhood House and Assistance League of Southeastern Michigan are excited to announce the "Blast Off 2 School" school supply drive. Neighborhood House will again provide 500+ backpacks and grade appropriate school supplies to families in need. Individuals, organizations and businesses can help by donating school supplies through July 31.Read More
From now until September 10, a portion of all apple pie sales at Grand Traverse Pie Company (GTPC) in Rochester Hills will benefit the Neighborhood House Food Pantry. This is part of GTPC’s “Hunger Free Summer.” While the end of the school year means beach days and no homework to many kids, it also signals a time of year when families struggle to replace meals that were provided at school. The Neighborhood House Food Pantry provided over 236,000 pounds of food in 2016 to hungry families in the Greater Rochester and Auburn Hills areas. This is the third consecutive year that GTPC will be using proceeds from apple pie sales (slice, mini pies, and whole pies) to support food pantries. Thousands of meals were provided in 2015 and 2016 through this initiative. Co- Founder Mike Busley states, “Our children are our future and have every right to be fed nutritiously each day and we are delighted to help our new neighbors in Rochester Hills. Helping to strengthen the lives of children is such a great example of the ‘Power of PIE’ and our core values.”Read More
Hungry for a good cause? Grand Traverse Pie Company is hosting a fundraising night to benefit Neighborhood House on May 23 from 4-8p.m. A portion of all proceeds will benefit Neighborhood House, a local nonprofit serving families and individuals in need in Rochester, Rochester Hills, Auburn Hills, Oakland Township and Addison Township.Read More