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Hosting a Neighbor Up gathering

Here you will find everything you need to host a Neighbor Up gathering. Neighbor Up is a large network and the resources below can help connect your work to the whole network.

(Remember Neighbor Up is supported by Neighborhood Connections, a 
program of the nonprofit Suite 1300 Services. Neighbor Up and 
Neighborhood Connections are not the same and it's important to 
distinguish between them.)NU_logo
  1. Neighbor Up flier & logo: Download the flier here. Find the logo here.
  2. Make a Facebook event: Create a Facebook event (sample here) to let people know about your gathering. Tag Neighborhood Connections so we can share the event, too. Don’t know how to make a Facebook event? Learn how at an Action Clinic. Clinics held from 6 to 8 p.m. on the 1st and 3rd Monday of every month at Neighborhood Connections, 5000 Euclid Ave. #310 inside the Agora. Parking behind the building off of Prospect avenue.
  3. Use #NeighborUpCLE when talking about your gathering on social media and encourage others to do the same.
  4. Welcome: Welcome folks to your gathering with the Neighbor Up Welcome so they understand the power of the network.
  5. Conversations: Use the Conversation Harvest Sheet to keep track of the conversations people host at your gathering and to have a member follow up with those interested in taking action on an issue. Please give a copy of the sheet to Lila. 
  6. Membership: Invite people to Neighbor Up! The online membership form is here if needed.
  7. After your gathering, please send an email welcoming new members called Hello New Neighbor Up Members.
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