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Good Neighbors of Park Slope

Welcome to Good Neighbors of Park Slope

Good Neighbors of Park Slope


Good Neighbors of Park Slope (GNPS) is an all volunteer, non-profit, aging-in-place organization, open to residents of Park Slope and surrounding areas who are age 50 and over. Our goal is to create a network of members to make life in our neighborhood easier and more fulfilling, while maintaining our autonomy and quality of life in our homes.

What's Happening?
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Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events

To post activities on our Calendar, please fill out this form: 
Activity Form.

To post a message on one of our boards please click:
Bulletin & Wish Board
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Last Updated
         Bulletin & Wish Board 9/19/19 
  Community Announcements 9/15/19 
  Community Resources 5/9/19 
  Helping Our Community 9/13/19 
  Member Resource Exchange 6/1/19 
  Recent News Articles 10/10/19 

Social Activism Interest Group
This group now has 231 members.

Add your name to this list if you are interested in receiving information about Social Activism Events happening in our area.

Please email us if you would like more information about promoting your activism event.

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Pedestrian Safety Survey

This survey was developed by the Quality of Street Life Subcommittee of the Good Neighbors of Park SlopeAdvocacy Committee. It’s intended to collect information from members about their experiences navigating neighborhood sidewalks and crosswalks. Your answers will inform our future meetings with local politicians and Department of Transportation representatives about improving our pedestrian safety.

Complete Pedestrian Safety Survey

Sunday Walkers
GNPS Sunday Walkers have been walking in Prospect Park every Sunday since GNPS began in October of 2015.

Seen here on Sunday October 13 are Linda Faust, Vasantha Nathan, Sherry Schumacher, Linda Brown, and Susan Bady.

 For the first time in history — New Yorkers can Vote Early. 

To help us plan for future health talks, please take a minute to take a quick survey on health topics you'd be interested in attending in the future.
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Health Topics

If you would like to join in our activities and have access to all our information, consider becoming a member -- click on our Membership page for more information.

If you are having any difficulty using this site please call us at 917-947-9121
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