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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?
For more information and to register go to:
Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events



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

Covid-19 Information
Click on the above link for 
info sharing from our members

Info on getting help
Info on how to give help
Info on staying busy and entertained.

You can find the joke of the day at the bottom of this page

Here is our most recent E-blast

E-BLAST (Mini) 5-12-20

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 Get your ballot: A federal judge ordered New York to hold the presidential primary in June, after it was cancelled by the state Board of Elections. The ruling may still be appealed, but either way, there will be important local races on the ballot. You can request your absentee ballot to vote by mail here



Saturday, May 30th, 6:00 PM

Soon to be posted on the GNPS website
in case you missed it or just want to see it again!

Accordion Widget
Click here to find neighborhood supermarkets that have special senior hours and those that make online or telephone deliveries.
Click here to find neighborhood supermarkets that have special senior hours and those that make online or telephone deliveries.

Camp Friendship Food Pantry for Seniors and Medically Compromised individuals.
Local delivery service available.
Tuesdays from 3-6 PM.
For more information click here: 
Food Pantry Flyer 
and here: 
Outreach Letter or
call 718 965-3695 or email

Be kind, Check in on each other, Stay safe

 Read a file: Zoom Instructions from Senior Planet 

Watch a video (aimed at kids but still great): How to download and use Zoom
Watch this video from zoom: How to join a zoom meeting
Instructions from GNPS: Learning to use ZOOM

Having trouble learning to use Zoom?  If you would like individual help, get in touch with Joyce at

To post activities on our Calendar, please contact us!!
 Please note that Good Neighbors of Park Slope does not provide medical advice; 
If you have symptoms or questions about Coronavirus (COVID-19) please call your physician or
you can call 
311 or1-844-NYC-4NYC to connect to a medical provider
free of charge seven days a week from 9am -9pm.


Young Brooklynites Chanel Schroff and Timur Seckin developed, an online tool for quickly locating sites providing free food and free COVID-19 testing. The Brooklyn Paper tells their story here:


To sign up to be matched for daily check in:
Daily Check-In Information

To sign up to request Broadcast Bulletin Board notifications or to make a request:
Broadcast Bulletin Board

Also, this would be a good time to print out and fill out this Emergency Health Information Card and post on your refrigerator in case of emergency.

Other Neighborhood News

check out what stores are open, delivering, and who has take out.
Updated April 20

All Gates now open at Green-wood
click here for more information

7days a week
Main Entrance (Fifth Avenue and 25th Street) will be open from 7am to 7pm. 
Sunset Park Entrance (Fourth Avenue and 35th Street) will be open from 8am to 7pm. 
Fort Hamilton Parkway Entrance (Fort Hamilton Parkway and Micieli Place) and 
Prospect Park West Entrance (Prospect Park West and 20th Street) will each be open from 11am to 7pm.

From Community Bookstore & Terrace Books
Community Bookstore and Terrace Books are offering $3 flat fee for  delivery of books ordered by phone or on our website (, by media mail. 

Please note: Even if you do not have the ID number that was sent to you with your paper census invitation, you will still be able to complete the Census on-line

To respond by phone, call:

(844) 330-2020

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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