WQED and The Fred Rogers Company are launching Be My Neighbor Day: Pledge to Volunteer Partnership
Be My Neighbor Day invites children and families to participate in family volunteer activities that aid neighbors in need. It’s a great way to help children understand how to support others and how one kind act can lead to many.
Pledge to do something nice for your neighbor. It's a "grr-ific" way to begin a lifetime of neighborly volunteerism!
Tune-in to WQED on Tuesday, March 20 beginning at 7 p.m. to pledge your time or sign up to volunteer through Pittsburgh Cares.
Be My Neighbor Day: Volunteer Day!
“Do something nice for your neighbor, do something nice for your friend” on Saturday, April 21! Families can volunteer to help clean a park, make sweater goodie bags, create a greeting card or wash a fire truck!
Registration for volunteering is open from Tuesday, March 20 to Monday, April 16.
Make the most of this beautiful day and see what kind of tigertastic, fun volunteer activities are happening in your community! Sign up to volunteer for Be My Neighbor Day beginning March 20 at 7 p.m.
Mister Rogers began each episode of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood with his simple signature question in song: “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?”
Daniel Tiger welcomes a new generation of children and families to his Neighborhood. In a special “Neighbor Day” episode, Daniel learns that it feels good to be neighborly and that one kind act can lead to many. His first good deed starts a chain reaction of kindness all around the Neighborhood, resulting in the declaration of “Neighbor Day!”
“Do something nice for your neighbor, do something nice for your friend.”
The whole neighborhood comes together to help celebrate "Neighbor Day."