Neighbor Power Indy
A Gathering to Inspire, Engage and Celebrate our Neighborhoods
Neighbor Power Indy is an annual gathering to Inspire, Engage and Celebrate our Neighborhoods. Join us for a fun, interactive day of neighbor led workshops, neighborhood storytelling and neighborhood awards on Saturday, March 3, 2018 at Marian University.
Convened by INRC, Neighbor Power Indy brings together hundreds of neighborhood residents, community leaders, business owners, nonprofits, corporate partners, government staff and elected officials from all over Indianapolis! Neighbor Power is FREE and lunch is included. You must register to attend. This year's theme is "Won't You Be My Neighbor? Celebrating Diverse and Inclusive Communities."
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Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center
317.920.0330 x 306
The 7th annual Neighbor Power Indy, co-chaired by Nancy Silvers Rogers, Eastern Star Church, and Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett, will be held Saturday, March 3, 2018 at Marian University. This year's theme is: Won’t you Be My Neighbor? Celebrating Diverse and Inclusive Communities. Neighbor Power Indy is a fast paced day of interactive resident-led workshops, neighborhood storytelling and a neighborhood awards ceremony. Convened by the Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center (INRC), in partnership with the City of Indianapolis, this annual event draws neighbors, community leaders, business owners, nonprofits, corporate partners, and elected government officials.
- The Battle to Preserve Crown Hill Cemetery's North Woods
- Mental Health in the Community
- Bringing People Together Through Language and Culture
- Abundance through Allyship & Servant Leadership
- Looking Within: Finding and Building on Local Talents in Northwest/Flanner House Area
- Improving your Neighborhood through Community Policing
- Indy WalkWays: Engaging Community Partners to Improve Pedestrian Safety
- Transforming Crooked Creek over the Decades
- Indy's Journey to Digital Readiness
- Indy Vitals
- Tru Colors Shining Bright!
- Developing Grassroots Maternal and Child Health Leaders
- Celebrating Diversity in Interfaith Communities
- Civic Dialogue & Holding Questions versus Having Answers
- Street Fest and You: How to Build Community through Events
- Crime Prevention through Environmental Design
- The People’s Planning Academy Presents: Inclusive Engagement for Community Planning
- Good Food Connections: Improving Food Access through Neighbor-Driven Collaboration
- Using Outside Resources to Further Neighborhood Goals
- Neighbor Tales
- Encourage Diversity and Inclusion in your Neighborhood by Engaging a variety of populations