Every day our neighbors keep our communities connected through their hard work and acts of kindness. #HeyNeighbor highlights stories of how we’re all one big neighborhood caring for one another.

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Local graphic designer Laura Occhipinti found a simple way to rally her neighbors in support of frontline workers. See her inspiring story.
 

Watch more amazing stories from our neighborhoods

There are stories of hope in every community. Here are a few of our favorites. 

  • Westchester

    Ali Ewoldt is a Broadway actress bringing the theater to Pleasantville. See how she’s bringing her neighborhood together and supporting The Actor’s Fund with her sing-a-long video.

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  • Brooklyn

    Brooklyn Balloon Girls is taking over local businesses, one balloon bomb at a time. See how this Park Slope event decorator is brightening up the neighborhood.

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  • Connecticut

    Italian Kitchen in Fairfield, CT is supporting the frontline workers the best way they know how: by feeding them. See how this local restaurant is helping the community.

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  • Hudson Valley

    Dan Griffith of Ramblin’ Dan’s Freewheelin Band is keeping the music going. See how he’s entertaining families at home during quarantine.

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  • Bronx

    Best Deal Car Service is taking first responders for a ride, for free. See how the company is supporting local heroes in the area.

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  • Long Island

    Local photographer Bob Mitchell and Colleen Perfetto are getting people out of the house with a smile on their face. See how they’re cheering up their community.

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  • New Jersey

    New Jersey residents Liz Bernich and Gina McGuire started a movement providing free meals to frontline workers, helping out local restaurants.

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  • Westchester

    Donna Mueller specializes in family photography. Now she’s using her talent to put smiles on her neighbors' faces.

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  • Long Island

    Bethpage local Kerry Gillick-Goldberg organizes volunteers to donate baby essentials to Long Island families in need.

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  • Connecticut

    Fairfield locals are transforming the lives of young adults with disabilities. Woofgang & Co. provides employment and trains critical job skills, online.

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  • Brooklyn

    This Brooklyn marina was just about to open for business. But as soon as the pandemic hit, they found a new purpose in helping NYC hospitals.

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  • Bronx

    Locals Tanya Fields and Faatimah Croston created an urban farm in the heart of the Bronx. Black Joy Farm educates and feeds the community, even during the pandemic.

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  • Hudson Valley

    The effects of the lockdown can be felt on Beacon’s main street. Kalene Rivers and Dan Weise are connecting the town’s struggling local businesses and artistic community in a unique project.

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