Inviting your Neighbours
How can I invite my neighbours to join?
A community isn't a community without members! Invite your neighbours, friends and family to join Neighbourly and help our communities connect and thrive.
Download and print flyers and posters. Place posters in busy areas, take flyers to local community events, or hit the streets and do a letterbox drop.
Share your unique invite link on other social media platforms and community pages.
Import your email contacts or send individual email invitations
Head on over to the Invites section to start spreading the word!
How do I send email invitations?
Email invitations are a fast and easy way to get your neighbours up and running on Neighbourly. You can also invite other friends and family in other areas to sign up for their neighbourhoods so they too can build better relationships with their neighbours.
Also if you have an existing email database you can upload this in one go using the email invitation tools
To send email invitations on your computer or tablet
Click the INVITE option in the top right hand corner.
Click on SEND EMAIL INVITES
Enter email addresses of those people you wish to invite.
Enter a message.
Click the SEND INVITES button.
To send email invitations on your mobile device
Tap the account icon in the top right-hand corner
Enter the email addresses of those people you wish to invite
Click SEND INVITES
Re-inviting a neighbour by email
If a neighbour has already been invited to join Neighbourly by email, we are unable to send them a second invite from a different neighbour.
However, we will send up to four invitation reminders over a two-month period to people who have not accepted an email invitation.
If a neighbour doesn't want to receive reminders, they can stop them at any time by clicking the "Not interested" link included in every invitation and reminder.
If you would still like to re-invite a neighbour yourself, you can email them directly from your own email account.
To re-invite a neighbour to join using your computer
Visit the email invitations page
Copy the link at the bottom of the page and paste it into your personal email
I'd like to invite a community leader who lives outside my neighbourhood
In the event a community leader, such as a Police Community Constable or local councillor, lives outside your Neighbourly neighbourhood, we will allow these people to contribute to the neighbourhood, and will verify their accounts manually. If you feel that you fit into this category, or you would like to suggest a community leader or community group that you think should be on Neighbourly, please contact us.
You can also send the community organisation or leader a link to our community page where they can learn more about how they can benefit from being involved with Neighbourly.