In times of need

Many do not know which way to turn

NeighbourLink: Volunteers coming together;
neighbours helping neighbours

Our Mission

NeighbourLink Sarnia-Lambton is a network of  20 local community churches  working together to respond to the needs of our community neighbours.  

Our Heart

We couldn’t accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you. We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We’ll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you.

Urgent Needs

Are you someone who is able to help? 

You just might be the ONE that can make a difference for someone’s family. 

Our on Going Donations Needed: dry goods for our pantry, clean gently used or new bedding for Twin, Double and Queen.

Daily Needs

Throughout the year there are several needs we face on a daily basis in order to meet the needs of our callers. We are always in need of gently used mattresses, clean used bedding, non-perishable food items.

Helping Hands walk-a-thon

NeighbourLink Sarnia-Lambton would like to invite you to join us in helping our less fortunate neighbours in the Sarnia-Lambton community by participating in our Helping Hands Walk-a-thon

It is a COVID-safe, family-friendly walk to raise money for NeighbourLink in order to help those in need within our community

Helping Hands

NeighbourLink receives several calls on a daily basis for needs request.  Requests could be for assistance with a food bag of dry goods, a gently used bed or bedding,     financial assistance, furniture, a ride to a local medical appointment, baby item  or where to donate an item.

Food Pantry

NeighbourLink recognizes the valuable service our local food banks and agencies offer to those in need within our community.

With the help of our member church
volunteers, NeighbourLink works alongside to help meet these need. 

beds & bedding

NeighbourLink accepts gently used beds and bedding from the community and gives them to people in need for free.  Donations and requests for gently used beds can be made by calling the NeighbourLink office