Coppell Connects: Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Save the date!  The 3rd Annual Coppell Connects: Neighbors Helping Neighbors event will be held on Saturday, April 13th, 2024.  


CLICK HERE to register as a Volunteer.  

  • Please note: All project sites will each be assigned a minimum of 3 volunteers.  

CLICK HERE if you are a homeowner and would like to submit a job request form.  Please note: while the City of Coppell would like to assist every applicant, the number of job requests that can be fulfilled will depend upon volunteer and resource capacity. The event coordinator will contact you by April 10th if your request can be fulfilled by Neighbors Helping Neighbors.


The City of Coppell is dedicated to transforming our local community through acts of service and opportunities to build relationships with our neighbors. Neighbors Helping Neighbors, a one day service project, seeks to connect volunteers with Coppell residents who need assistance with home maintenance and repairs. Together we can build a stronger and more resilient community.  

The first annual Coppell Connected: Neighbors Helping Neighbors event took place on April 23rd, 2022.  Over 120 volunteers completed projects at 34 homes in Coppell.  Projects included fence repair work, yard work, cleaning gutters, washing windows, and even installing a patio light fixture.  Thank you to our sponsors, Southwest Wholesale Nurseries and Broker's Quality Grass, for donating a generous amount of tools and supplies needed to complete each project.  This event returned in 2023 and grew on it's success with over 150 volunteers participating and completing projects at over 40 homes across the city.

Resident Testimonials

“Many, many thanks to those that volunteered to help folks in need in our community. It means the world to me to have been a recipient and have much needed yard work done.”

“Our Neighbors performed with enthusiasm and joy. They found new projects and completed so many more favors. Anu was a power washing master. I am so sorry I missed a shot of Holly. She was awesome! Thanks again to everybody. I hope I get the same individuals next time. BEYOND MY EXPECTATIONS!” 

“The gentleman who were here today were so hard working! Smiling the whole time. They cleaned gutters, washed windows, cleared the bush stumps and trimmed bushes!!! I am so grateful for their help with chores I am no longer able to do. Thank you for taking such good care of me.” 

“I wanted to let you know how appreciative and blessed I feel having the wonderful help yesterday!! The men did a fantastic job on the tree in my front yard. And I couldn't be happier with the results. It looks wonderful!! Thank you again for being a recipient of this wonderful outreach program! Thank you so much!!!”

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2023 Volunteer Recognition

Nisha Shah, Melodi Rouhani, Ruhi Rouhani, Farzad (Fred) Rouhani, Sanam Wright, Nolan Wright, Liam Wright, David Warner, Dan Madden, Wendel Kirton, Jeff Hinkle, Tom Smith, George Piroumoff, Bryan Thompson, Ken Lee, John Ivy, Paul LaCaze, Margie Davoodi, Fariborz Davoodi, Trish Mann, Zack Davoodi, Jill Olmstead, Gino Ferrario, Rocco Ferrario, Leo Ferrario, Kelly Fishpaw, Russ Root, Glen Rogers, John Guastella, Akshara Halaswamylalita, Adhrusht Halaswamylalita, Asha Muttinakantimath, Douglas Buol, Mayor Wes Mays, Shaji John, Nancy Dugan, Christine Urgello, Siddhi Aggarwal, Al Turati, Marina Turati, Mahshid Rouhani, Bruce Lotz, Joanie Schnepfe, Tom Massimi, Wally Gruenes, Loretta Gruenes, Ruth Leach, Sarah Sanders, Rudra Chauhan, Leigh McLean, Khareza Oshman, Pranamya Skrikant, Kenneth Wilburn, Councilman Kevin Nevels, Councilman John Jun, Rich Jochner, Guy Mode, Nick Singh, Councilman Biju Matthew, Ben Knoll, Linda Medina, Omar Malik, Yahia Abdelrehim, Yousof Abdelrehim, Shayaan Ali, Hamzah Bukenya, Hafsa Qazzafi, Ahmad Gill, Zayaan Makhdumi, Ibraheem Morsy, Nusaibah Malik, Jawaid Surani, Liaquat Khan, Rakan El Hamad, Luqman Osmanbhoy, Yousof Mohammed, Atif Rehman, Zainab Buchh, Abdurrafay Sadiq, Alie Shafie, Imran Khan, Abdul Wahab, Mozammel Hoque, Linda Robinson, Linda Hampton, Mark Bass, Pat Shaunessy, Ryan Clinkscales, Dheeraj Palande, Harsh Palande, Whitney Munro, Rupert Munro, Riley Munro, Sarah Nguyen, Sacchi Bohrakoti, Montse Calvillo, Roma Joni, Vivaan Moharir, Shraavya Pydisetti, Shriya Srivastava, Ramesh Premkumar, Sankar Janakirama, Prakesh Meduri, Jenny Smith, Craig Smith, Ted Bibby, Kate Bibby, Rachel Bibby, Grant Bibby, Mackenzie Smith, Addison Smith, Frank Gasparro, Jeff McAhren, Leslie McAhren, Meg Hinkley, Diane Gasparro, Tom Tuohy, Carol Tuohy, Jasmine Ng, Zainab Tinwala, Brahma Punuri, Rohan B, Roshan Balaji, Pratibha Rajamane, Ketan Punuri, Balaji Rethinavel, Vivek Jayapalan, Siva Yadavalli, Komala Yadavalli, Gautham Yadavalli, Eligio Bettancourt

2022 Volunteer Recognition

Coppell Cares (First United Methodist Church), Metrocrest Community Church, Project Querencia, Scout Troop 841, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Valley Ranch Baptist Church, Davoodi Family, Fishpaw Family, Grubb Family, Jackson Family, Marbha Family, Mata Family, McGowan Family, Ninan Family, Partap Family, Ratnayake Family, Rauschenbach Family, Ann Cook, Barbara Schenkel, Bruce Lotz, Catherine Griesbaum, Emalie Allred, Guy Mode, Russ Root, Mayor Wes Mays, Mark Smits (Event Coordinator)



For more information, please email neighbors@coppelltx.gov or call 972-304-3676.