MArch 2008

NeighbourLink has been operating since 2002 and is a non-profit organization networking with local agencies and community resources. The service has adapted Canada’s Play It Safe volunteer screening process.

Arnprior Chronicle-Guide, Terry Boland / Read Full Article



June 2009

When no one else can help, NeighbourLink is there.

Arnprior Chronicle-Guide, Peter DeWolf / Read Full Article



December 2012

NeighbourLink Fountain has become a hub of activity and the Christmas season is no different with all kinds of things going on to make the season a little brighter for individuals in our community.

Arnprior Chronicle-Guide, Sherry Haaima / Read Full Article



June 2013

Help is confidential and all efforts are made to make the experience pleasant for clients, volunteers and staff. “People think you have to be in need to be here,” said Debbie Hudson, staff director and NeighbourLink board member. But that is not the case. NeighbourLink sees people from all walks of life – disadvantaged or privileged – for all kinds of things. Whether seeking assistance or support, desiring to learn a new skill, looking to enjoy friendship or seeking connections to local services – the agency can help

Arnprior Chronicle-Guide, Sherry Haaima / Read Full Article