Frequently Asked Questions

Is Knights for Neighbors just for Knights of columbus?

No. While many of our listed businesses and talents are Knights or family members of Knights, anyone may contact us about posting an ad on our site.

IS knights for neighbors JUST FOR CATHOLICS?

No. Anyone can make use of Knights for Neighbors, but we are first and foremost a Catholic enterprise with open hearts and prudential outreach. 

is knights for neighbors officially affiliated with the knights of columbus?

No. Knights for Neighbors is a sole proprietorship legally and formally independent of the Catholic fraternal service organization Knights of Columbus, yet consistent with its aims and purposes.

WILL A COUNCIL OR ITS MEMBERS Incur LIABILITY for Knights for Neighbors?

No, no liability will be incurred by a Council or its members for the use of our services,

  • Any potential liability issues will fall upon the shoulders of the sole proprietor of Knights for Neighbors. 
  • Customers who truck, barter, and exchange with any talent or business featured on this website will deal directly with that talent or business.
  • Knights for Neighbors members are known entities and are carefully screened for honesty and integrity before their ads are listed.
  • It is unlikely that someone from our community will engage in unethical business practices. All members hold to Catholic ethics and desire to provide quality services and products.  

WHAT IMPACT DOES Knights for Neighbors Strive for?

We hope families will have greater means to save money, spend time with children, and support their families and communities.  

what service Oriented organizations does Knights for Neighbors support?

Knights for Neighbors supports veterans (Witness to War Foundation), A Beacon of Hope (a pro-life, pro-parent ministry), and the Lyke House (serving campus ministry at Morehouse, Spelman, Clarke, and GSU), among others. We promote council service events like "Knight-Shift" and council activities supporting the Sisters of Charity, the Monastery of the Holy Spirit in Conyers, the Hope House, Habitat for Humanity, the Central Night Shelter, and the St. Thomas More Society.

DOES knights for neighbors work WITH KNIGHTS HELPING NEIGHBORS?

No. Knights Helping Neighbors direct financial assistance to struggling Knights and their families. Knights for Neighbors offers networking opportunities to Knights, families, and friends. The two missions are complementary but distinct.

how do i request an ad for myself or for a friend?

Contact Joel Peddle, 404.914.4004 or Ginia Taylor, 678.477.5040, or email KnightsforNeighbors@gmail.com. We will work with you to create a professional advertisement showcasing your business or services.