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Poverty, by America – Book Review by Linnea Berg

Suggested Reading:  Poverty, by America by Matthew Desmond  A professor at Princeton University, Matthew Desmond describes not only the causes of persistent poverty in America, but how it impacts people living in poverty. As he did in his Pulitzer-winning book,...

Where’d All the Money Go?

If you studied your budget and figured out that 81% of your money was going toward housing expenses, you’d be in shock! You’d think something was radically wrong and try to find the answers. Generally speaking, housing costs should be no more than 30% of household...

Accident of Birth – How Much Fills Our Life Bucket Can Determine Our Path

Many of us who were raised in middle-class families and communities make a lot of assumptions of what “everybody” knows. We experience good service, we assume we will go to college, our families have connections for networking for jobs (even summer jobs when we are in...

More Poverty Challenges in Harbor Country

More Poverty Challenges in Harbor Country

Amazon Wishlist

You can also donate to Neighbor by Neighbor via our Amazon Wishlist and give our neighbors tangible items that they need. Click here to donate! The following items are encouraged/appreciated:

Food Pantry

-Canned tuna 

-Canned chicken 

-Ready-made pasta 

-Pasta sauce 

-Pop-top soup 


-Granola bars  

-Breakfast/protein bars 

- Individually wrapped snacks -- crackers, goldfish, chips, etc.   

-Ground coffee  


Hygiene  Pantry

-Paper Towel  

-Laundry Detergent  

-Toilet Paper  

-Hand Soap  

-13-gallon trash bags 


-Body Wash  


-Feminine Hygiene items 

-Depends/Incontinence Products  

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Suite C7 PO Box 30
Union Pier, MI 49129

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Neighbor by Neighbor is a 501c3 nonprofit. We are supported by our major grantors: The Pokagon Fund, United Way, and Berrien Community Foundation, as well as many generous organizations and individuals.