Community Educators for Health and Civic Engagement


Health Security

We support the “Triple Aim” comprised of three dimensions: improving the patient experience of care, improving the health of populations, and reducing the per capita cost of health care.


Civic Engagement

We are committed to the empowerment of communities through year-round civic engagement with voter education and registration drives, patient-provider workshops and job fairs and on-the spot-hiring events. We strive to increase participation in civic activities empowering residents to shape their community in a cohesive fashion across diverse native and immigrant groups in an inclusive way.


Financial Security

We believe social lending is a viable means of establishing savings and credit opportunities among those with little or no credit history and who often don’t have bank accounts.

Our Vision

Neighbor’s Keeper exists to provide programs and direct services to native born and immigrant peoples enabling them to transform their lives given access to health and financial opportunities through community engagement.

“Good health is a right, not a privilege in a healthy community where civic engagement builds a Culture of Health by developing the knowledge and skills to improve quality of life.”

Robert Woods Johnson Foundation.