Neighbor to Neighbor
East Bay - California

Our upcoming annual picnic is May 6th 

  1. Women's March
    Join us in Walnut Creek for the Women’s March on January 21st. The Women’s March on January 21st is a national movement for women, men, and children who stand for human rights, civil liberties, diversity, and compassion for our shared humanity. We march to support and inspire each other and the nation to celebrate, honor and protect our diversity, freedom and human rights. We gather in community to find healing and strength through tolerance, civility, and compassion. This is a non-partisan march. We welcome all people to join us as we unite locally and nationally, on January 21, 2017, to stand together in justice, respect and inclusion for all. This is only the beginning… We will unite locally with the main march in DC and sister marches in every state and major metropolitan area across our great country to stand together for justice, tolerance and inclusion for all. Volunteer Consider volunteering to help us,: Donate Making a small donation to help defer our permit and other losgistical fees, please follow this link: Website In California there are groups organizing for the DC March and several sister marches being held on the same day throughout the state. If you are interested in finding out more about one of the Jan 21 sister marches in the Bay Area please follow the links below: Oakland San Francisco San Jose Website FAQs Frequently Asked Questions (apply to all marches): Do I need a ticket to attend? No! All the marches should be free and public. If someone asks you to buy a ticket or register, don’t do it! What is the status with permits? All marches are working on permits and individual sites will be updated on status. In general, permits are not needed to march, but are needed for rallies. How can I get involved or volunteer? Please look at the local pages for volunteer information. All sites should have information about how to volunteer. When in doubt, send a message to one of the group organizers and they can help you. What about safety and security? All marches in CA and the National March are taking health and safety very seriously. There will be measures in place for this. Is it just for women only? NO! The march is open to all men, women, and children who stand for human rights, civil liberties, tolerance of diversity, and compassion for our shared humanity. How do I donate money? Each march - DC and local marches - is taking care of their own fundraising. Look at the march event page for details on fundraising. Is anyone coordinating travel to DC? If it’s hard for you to get to DC, consider attending a local march. We are not fundraising at this time to sponsor travel to DC for individuals. Is this a protest, march, or rally? This is not a protest. The Women's March is a celebration of human rights. In some cases, there will be a march and rally, but it depends on the event and what organizers have planned.
    January 21st 10:30 - 1pm
  2. Muslim-Jewish
    Muslim Jewish Relations in America Featuring: AMANDA QURAISHI is a digital media professional and diversity activist living in Austin, Texas. She is the Director of Social Media at the Texas Association of School Boards; a consultant at DarkMatter Digital Media, a boutique marketing firm specializing in digital strategies for small businesses & nonprofits; and the Principle Digital Media Strategist for BlogathonATX, an annual one-day conference for central Texas content creators. Amanda is an accomplished speaker & trainer on the topics of: American Muslim culture; Muslim women’s issues; digital media strategies for business & online activism; and political engagement on issues affecting faith communities in America. She is an alumnus of the American Muslim Civic Leadership Institute housed at the University of Southern California’s Center for Religion and Civic Culture and a Fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute. AND... DR. YEHUDA KURTZER is the President of the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America and a leading thinker and author on the meaning of Israel to American Jews, the value of the Jewish past to the Jewish present, and questions of leadership and change in American Jewish life. Yehuda received his doc…
    January 22nd at 4:30pm -Temple Isiah
  3. Inauguration Day
    Sunday the 22nd 1-3 pm at 28 Orinda Way, Orinda For more details visit:
    Peaceful March
  4. 3rd Annual Picnic
    Join us as we meet and deepen our connections with our neighbors of different faiths, enjoy each other's foods, play and pray together in a fun, family atmosphere designed for all ages.  Arrive and check in 12:00 – 12:30  Muslim Service and prayer 12:30 – 1:15  Potluck picnic, fun and fellowship 1:15 – 3:00 • This event will take place in the large picnic area. As you face the reservoir, the large picnic area is to the left of the metered parking lot and around the curve in the path. • Please bring a vegetarian dish that reflects your tradition to share with 8+ people. Extra food will be distributed to homeless and hungry. Beverages and paper goods will be provided. • To attend, please register online at http:/ or contact us at (925) 575-7744 Sponsored by Neighbor to Neighbor (N2N), an East Bay partnership among Christians, Jews and Muslims whose mission is to grow understanding, respect and appreciation for the religions of the world, via social initiatives that promote deep inter-relationships among individuals of all ages, generations, cultures and beliefs.
    May 20th, 2017 12-3pm