When we started Nextdoor, it was apparent that despite technology’s ability to connect people and communities virtually across the globe, in actuality people had become more disconnected, especially in real life. This inspired us to think: what if we could leverage technology to enable real-world connections? What if Nextdoor could become a place where neighbors can naturally come together to help make their local communities better? Today, relationships sparked on Nextdoor connect millions of people back to the original social network — their neighborhood.
Nextdoor is where you go to connect to the neighborhoods that matter to you. Now, millions of neighbors in more than 275,000 neighborhoods around the world turn to Nextdoor daily to receive trusted information, give and get help, and build real-world connections with those nearby — neighbors, businesses, and public services.
Our neighborhoods aren’t just where we live, they’re an essential part of who we are and how we connect to those around us. In West Adams, California, Jamiah organized a crop swap for local gardeners to exchange homegrown food. In Berwick, Australia, Delene invited neighbors to a monthly breakfast club, which resulted in countless friendships. In Pickering, Canada, high schooler Christy launched a homemade soap company on Nextdoor and quickly sold over 500 orders to her neighbors. And in Grant Park, Atlanta, Dawn was able to spread the word about her small business and offer free delivery of her beloved cupcakes to nearby neighborhoods. What connects all of us at Nextdoor is our purpose — to cultivate a kinder world where everyone has a neighborhood they can rely on.
Today, I am thrilled to share an important milestone on our journey as we take a step toward becoming a public company. This process will further enable our purpose and accelerate our plans to support you in building stronger, more vibrant, and resilient neighborhoods. You can learn more here. We are also proud to announce the launching of the Nextdoor Kind Foundation, which will be dedicated to making local grants to help neighbors strengthen their neighborhoods.
Thank you for your role in this journey. Without you we would not have been able to achieve this milestone. Thank you for sharing your stories, starting important conversations in your community, connecting with those around you, and showing us what it means to neighbor.
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