Make neighbors out of strangers: the inaugural Airbnb Volunteer Day

About Vivek Wagle
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What ever happened to neighborhoods?

It wasn’t too long ago that you were guaranteed to know the people who lived next to (and, in some cases, above and below) you. When you moved into a new house, someone might be there to greet you with freshly baked cookies or homemade soup.

We miss neighborhoods. And we’re bringing them back.

That’s what Airbnb Volunteer Day is all about.

The holiday season is the perfect opportunity to bring neighbors together for a great purpose. We invite you to join us in neighborhoods around the country to serve our communities.

This Saturday, November 19, Airbnb will host meetups in eight cities nationwide. Help us tidy up local parks, contribute to a food drive, or even refurbish computers for needy students.

Let’s get neighborly, come together, and lend a hand.

We’d love to see you there. RSVP using the following links:

(Image courtesy Deja Photo, Flickr Creative Commons)

 

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  1. Lori-Vancouver BC Superhost

    Great idea…I hope you get a good turn out with the short notice.I can’t wait for Vancouver BC’s turn:)

  2. Lori-Vancouver BC Superhost

    Great idea…I hope you get a good turn out with the short notice.I can’t wait for Vancouver BC’s turn:)

  3. RealDealStreet

    Neighbors are nearer then relatives in case of any emergency. As per Hindu thoughts neighbors comes after health and wealth. http://www.realestatedealstreet.com also believes in that.

  4. SusieQ

    Good luck with this, and I’d like to see it come to eastern Canada. I’m interested in joining in on this exchange, but have a small farm and animals are a consideration. How common and practical would that be?

  5. dan roxanne

    Can you please organise a Melbourne one?!!!!!