The timeline was moved forward after seeing the countless examples of compassion and generosity -- once again, neighbors helping neighbors.
What does NHN stand for?
NHN stands for Neighbors Helping Neighbors
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 27 other meanings of NHN in our Acronym Attic
- National Hurricane Museum & Science Center (Louisiana)
- New Hampshire Main Street Center (revitalization program)
- New Hampshire Motor Transport Association (Concord, NH)
- New Hampshire Music Teachers Association (est. 1976)
- NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) Headquarters Macintosh Users Group (Washington, DC)
- New Hampshire Midrange User Group
- Nowa Huta Mniej Znana (Polish: Nowa Huta Less Known; Nowa Huta, Krakow, Poland)
- Nashua North (Nashua, New Hampshire)
- Natural Horse Network (Longmont, CO)
- NAVAIR Headquarters Network
- New Hampton (Amtrak station code; New Hampton, NH)
- Noord-Holland Noord (Dutch: North North-Holland)
- Not Here Now
- Nth Differential Height Maneuver
- New Hampshire Nurses' Association
- Nantucket Housing Needs Covenant (Program)
- Novato Human Needs Center (est. 1927; Novato, CA)
- New Heaven, New Earth
- Normal Human Nasal Epithelial
- Normal Head and Neck Epithelial Cells
Samples in periodicals archive:
Students from Algonquin Regional High School are volunteering to help serve tea and treats to the honored seniors, another example of neighbors helping neighbors.
The photos and news stories are from the Press newspaper and describe the sacrifices of volunteers and neighbors helping neighbors.
A handful of color photographs illustrate this moving testimony of a relief organization's efforts to improve quality of life, as well as neighbors helping neighbors in the wake of devastation.
Media remembrances depicted heroic firefighters, neighbors helping neighbors, and the defiant words of the president spoken atop the smoldering mound at Ground Zero.
As residents recall that time, one thing that comes to mind is neighbors helping neighbors.
12 when the 25th Annual Neighbors Helping Neighbors Town Benefit Day will be in full swing with food, live entertainment, fun for kids of all ages, raffles and the ever-popular dunk tank, where you can dunk soccer coach Randy Jepson or Angler Restaurant owner Jason Kimball.
Johnston's idea for neighbors helping neighbors has now spread beyond the United States.