Thank you for visiting the King Farm Neighbors Village (KFNV) website. The KFNV is a volunteer organization whose purpose is to help King Farm residents age in place in their homes.  The King Farm Neighbors Village is part of the national village movement which began about twenty years ago in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Boston, where neighbors got together to look out for each other.  This movement grew organically from that one village in Boston to hundreds of villages in the United States. The KFNV is part of the thirty-one operating or developing villages in Montgomery County and one of four villages in Rockville. The KFNV became incorporated in August of 2017 and received its IRS designation as a 501(c) (3) charitable organization. The KFNV officially launched as an operating village on October 1, 2019 and is a registered affiliate of King Farm Citizens Assembly. 


Neighbors Helping Neighbors

The mission of the King Farm Neighbors Village is reflected in its motto: “Neighbors Helping Neighbors.”   Specifically, working with its volunteers the KFNV coordinates services for its members such as friendly visits, check-in phone calls, social, health, and safety events—in-person and virtually--grocery and pharmacy pick-up and delivery services, and transportation for medical appointments. Its ongoing, monthly events include Coffee and Conversation as well as a book club.  In addition to these services, the KFNV offers community information through timely emails to its members, volunteers, and supporters.  Many of the KFNV members both receive services and provide services as volunteers, thus modeling KFNV mission of working as a community of connected neighbors with “Neighbors Helping Neighbors.”

In Our Volunteers' Words

Two sets of friendly phone calls were made in April by KFNV volunteers to check on members’ well-being during the time of the COVID-19 health emergency.  As one volunteer said: 


“Thanks for matching me up with H. I feel I got more out of the phone call than he did; for my conversation with H. was a lift in the midst of very difficult times.”


Another volunteer stated: 


“I called E. early this afternoon and spent quite a long time talking to her…Lovely woman! She has my telephone number, and I have hers; so I shall call again in a couple of weeks, unless she beats me to it.”

Join Our Community of
Neighbors Helping Neighbors

The KFNV welcomes new members to its community. Please see the boxes on the bottom of the Home page to sign up as a member, volunteer, or supporter.  If you want additional information about  the KFNV or how to register,  please contact the KFNV Coordinators at kfnvinfo@gmail.com or by voicemail at (301) 799-8104. 

Select photography courtesy of Koubek Photography.