• We are the New Majority: People of Color, Women, Immigrants, and the Working-Class
    We are the New Majority: People of Color, Women, Immigrants, and the Working-Class with a NEW agenda for Massachusetts

Mutual Aid during COVID-19

Neighbor to Neighbor quickly shifted to aid our communities, connecting residents to essential resources and assistance. We are spearheading a Mutual Aid database and a Neighborhood Point Person Program to ensure that residents are not left behind or neglected during physical distancing. Throughout the last few weeks, we’ve built on our community networks so that […]

2020 Census

  You Count. Your Community Counts. Your State Counts. #N2NCensusCount The 2020 Census is critical for our communities to ensure federal funding, fair representation in Congress, and redistricting. Make sure you and your loved ones are counted by visiting 2020census.gov Every person counted in each community determines how much federal funding the community receives. It’s […]

Fair Share Tax

With our partners in Raise Up MA, we are launching a campaign to raise $1 billion in state revenue through a constitutional amendment that will restore the commons by requiring millionaires to pay their fair share.

Voter Empowerment

Voter empowerment, for us, is not just about getting people out to vote— it is about using our power to transform government into a democracy.

Jason Martinez

Jason Martinez got involved with Neighbor to Neighbor in 2015 and is now a leader of our Jobs Not Jails campaign in Springfield.

Gloria Ramirez

Gloria is healing herself, her community, and our planet through her work with Neighbor to Neighbor.

Leon Marín

Leon is a dedicated father of four and a leader of our educational justice work in Lynn.