A Program of the City of Montgomery
WHO IS BONDS?
Mission: BONDS is a neighborhood association strengthening program; providing training, a resource center, networking opportunities, and financial assistance (grants) in an effort to improve the overall quality of life throughout the city and County of Montgomery.
BONDS believes that strong neighborhoods help preserve the fabric of our city.
BONDS offers grants and leadership training to neighborhood associations and their leaders.
BONDS hosts an annual Mayor’s Neighborhood Conference. This event links neighborhood association members with city representatives and services. The Mayor’s Neighborhood Leadership Award and the Mayor’s Community Leadership Award recipients are announced during this evening of neighborly fellowship.
Every other month, BONDS hosts the Gathering of Neighborhoods (GON). This is a luncheon forum for neighborhood association members to meet and discuss neighborhood issues. A speaker is featured each month. Topics vary from new voting procedures to changes in the public schools to caring for the environment and more.
BONDS Neighborhood Resource Center is open to all neighborhood associations and offers a library of resources dealing with neighborhood issues and concerns.
Another service of BONDS is the copying services offered through the Resource Center; newsletters, flyers, meeting agendas and more can be copied (black ink only) without charge.
2190 E. South Blvd.
Montgomery, AL 36116-2410
Regina Berry-Meadows, Program Director
Cynthia McCollister, Program Assistant