GOOD NEIGHBOR COMMUNITY CENTER
Helping People Help Themselves

Good Neighbor Community Center Activities

The following are the main needs in our community that define our existence: Poverty, hunger, homelessness, education and resettlement. To address these needs, Good Neighbor Community Center provides basic and emergency needs assistance. Visit our Services link for more details.

The following are our standard activities for each day of the week.

 

Monday: English Class (9am-11:30am), Perishable food distribution (10am-12pm), Pantry food distribution (10am-2pm), Shopping floor (10am-2pm), bus passes & diapers (10am-4pm), Computer/English class (11am-12:30pm), and MENA Hope Project (10am-4pm)

Tuesday: Pantry food distribution (10am-2pm), Shopping floor (10am-2pm), bus passes & diapers (10am-4pm), Computer/English class (11am-12:30pm), and MENA Hope Project (10am-4pm)

Wednesday: English Class (9am-11:30am), Perishable food distribution (10am-12pm), Pantry food distribution (10am-2pm), Shopping floor (10am-2pm), bus passes & diapers (10am-4pm), Computer/English class (11am-12:30pm), and MENA Hope Project (10am-4pm)

Thursday: Pantry food distribution (10am-2pm), Shopping floor (10am-2pm), bus passes & diapers (10am-4pm), Computer/English class (11am-12:30pm), and MENA Hope Project (10am-4pm)

Friday: English Class (9am-11:30am), Pantry food distribution (10am-12pm), Shopping floor (10am-12pm), bus passes & diapers (10am-1pm), and MENA Hope Project (10am-2pm)

Sunday: Food Net (3pm-4pm) - Hosted by Allon Chapel

 

This isntitution is an equal opportunity provider

For those using StarTran to come to the center, you can use bus number 25 - Vine or 49 - University Place which drive by 27th and Y. GNCC Is located between 26th and 27th Street on Southern side of Y Street.

Good Neighbor Community Center is a member of:

Adventist Community Services

Cultural Centers Coalition of Lincoln

Human Services Federation

Homeless Coalition

New American Task Force

Rent and Utility Network