Neighbors Helping Neighbors Program

The North Canton Community is a special place to live, learn, work and play. Community members care about what goes on in their neighborhoods. When the need arises they step forward to help other neighbors, who might be suffering through a disaster, facing hard times, or maybe at an age where they are just not able to keep up with property maintenance. In many cases, there are people who want to help and people who need help but are never matched up.

What is the Neighbors Helping Neighbors Program?

The Neighbors Helping Neighbors Program facilitates at a community level, matching up those who would like to help with those who need assistance.

  • City Hall will be the facilitators to collect names of individuals, groups of people, associations, clubs, schools or churches who would be willing to “step up” when called to volunteer.
  • This is a community facilitation program. It requires two parties to come forward. Those in need and those willing to help. We have both in this community.

How do I get involved?

If you or your organization wants to be on the “GO TO” list of volunteers to help, please join the Neighbors Helping Neighbors Program by calling City Hall at 330-499-5081 or sign up on the North Canton City website at www.northcantonohio.gov.

If you are in need or know of a situation where there is a need for volunteerism in our community, please call the Neighbors Helping Neighbors program and get on the Need Assistance list by calling City Hall 330-499-5081 or sign up on the North Canton City website at www.northcantonohio.gov.

The North Canton community is a special place to live, learn, work and play.

There are so many good reasons why people move to North Canton, but the number one reason why people stay here is because of its wonderful community.

This Neighbor Helping Neighbors Program has the ability to make our community an even more unique place to live. Sign up today!

If you have any questions about the Neighbors Helping Neighbors Program, please contact the chairman of the program, Councilman At Large Mark Cerreta 330-494-5401.