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Good Neighbors of Park Slope

Welcome to Good Neighbors of Park Slope

Good Neighbors of Park Slope

OUR PURPOSE

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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Social Activism Interest Group

(This group now has 160 members.)

Add your name to this list if you are interested in receiving information from other members about Social Activism Events happening in our area. You will be sent emails about these events which will include information about the member to contact for more information, and/or to join the event. To send an email to others on this list please email goodneighborsofparkslope@gmail.com, and it will be sent out for you.

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Annual meeting slideshow 2017



NEED HELP ENROLLING IN THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT?   
  
CLICK HERE

ENROLLMENT DEADLINE IS DECEMBER 15TH.

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snow
NEED HELP SHOVELING SNOW?
Come meet the people of the Workers Justice Project who will explain what they do and how our snow shovel program will work. 

REGISTER NOW





GNPS member Suzanne Jasper's newly released book, My Lucky Stroke, is available on Kindle!


My Lucky Stroke
Written and illustrated by Suzanne Jasper

Recovery from a stroke later in life can be challenging at best: recovery from two even more so. But what if recovery of basic physical functioning opens up a review of one’s life and recovery not just of the past, but of the possibility of repairing it? With humor and grace, Suzanne Jasper takes us on an extraordinary inner journey from being “officially unbalanced” to being able to take life one step at a time, putting one foot in front of the other, and on to the discovery of what it means to be present to oneself – impaired and yet whole.


"To be broken is no reason to see all things as broken."
     --Mark Nepo, "Super Soul Sunday" 2013


Barn's burnt down--
now
I can see the moon.
     --Mizuta Masahide






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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