Safe and free deliveries for everyone in the state of Utah facing COVID-19



Neighbors Helping Nieghbors

Neighbors Helping Neighbors is a group of healthy volunteers from local communities working to bring groceries and supplies to those that are high-risk or just want to self-isolate. We are focused most prominently on the elderly and immunocompromised, but are available to help anyone in need.

*We have recently partnered with the Salt Lake City Public Library to provide free books that you may keep. Thank you to the Friends of the City Library for this generous donation. If you live within the city limits, you can now choose either fiction or nonfiction and two books will be delivered.



We hope to not be around for very long. We would love nothing more than to exist to help out for the next couple weeks or a month and then have conditions change enough that we’re rendered obsolete. While we’re here we’ve got two goals: make this simple, make this easy.

Well, maybe that’s just one goal.

Here’s how it works:

1.  Fill out the “Delivery” form. The "Delivery" menu button is on top of the page.

2.  You’ll get a phone call from a volunteer in your neighborhood who will be completing your delivery, so you can confirm for them exactly what you need and where you need it from. We want to make sure we get it right!

3.  Provide your volunteer with cash before they complete the order. Or coordinate with your volunteer on payment options.

*If requesting for books, no payment is necessary 

The volunteer will include your receipt in the delivery bag and leave the bag at your doorstep, ringing your bell so you know it’s arrived. Voilà!



SLCPL-Logo-V-Green 1.jpg

The City Library

Friends Logo.jpg

Friends of the City Library



©2020 by Neighbors Helping Neighbors