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Why Join

Getting involved in your local Neighbourhood Watch SA group can benefit your local community and also provide you with many valuable opportunities. Whether you want to be a leader for change in your community, develop new skills or simply get to know your neighbours, Neighbourhood Watch is right for you.

Delivering newsletters

Five reasons why you should become a Neighbourhood Watch Supporter:

1. You’ll be helping out your community - Your time and energy will help us prevent crime in your local area and help make your neighbourhood a safer place.

2. It can make you happier - It’s lovely outdoors and you’ll get to chat to lots of people while you are out and about.

3. You’ll keep fit - Not only will you be doing a valuable community service but you’ll be keeping physically active and hopefully living better for longer.

4. Come and try - It’s a great way to start out with Neighbourhood Watch. If you aren’t sure whether you want to get more involved this is your opportunity to see what we’re all about.

5. Make new friends - Volunteering with us is a great way to meet your neighbours, especially if you’re new to the area.

Convinced? Get involved and give us a go.

Getting more involved

Five reasons why you should get more involved in Neighbourhood Watch.

1. Volunteers gain valid experience - You can try out a new career or increase your knowledge of your current one. Volunteering will help you to hone vital skills – communication, teamwork and problem solving – that will make you a more effective employee or manager.

2. Make new friends - Volunteering in a team unites people from diverse backgrounds to work towards a common goal, building camaraderie and improving your team-building and social skills. Volunteering is one of the best ways to make friends and strengthen existing relationships by committing to a common goal.

3. You get a chance to give something back - By extending yourself and ‘filling the gaps’ you can support community resources that you use yourself or that benefit the people you care about.

4. It saves money - Volunteering provides a valuable community service so that more resources can be spent on meeting your local community’s needs.

5. When you volunteer you make a difference - Whether you’re involved in a local community project or taking part in an international movement, the benefits of volunteering can be enormous. Knowing that you’re making a difference and helping others is empowering and gives you a natural sense of purpose and accomplishment.

Convinced? Get involved and give us a go.