In 2009, Brooke was introduced to giving back and making a difference through a friend, Nicole West. That holiday season they adopted a child to give gifts for Christmas. The impact it made touched her heart and she was changed forever.
She fell in love with connecting her friends with charitable giving opportunities. In 2010, she co-founded a community organization called the 'Pink Hearts' to help people adopt families during Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Fast forward to 2014, she wanted to move beyond holiday support and make a real, measurable impact on the lives of those in need in Southern Nevada. She founded The Just One Project in July and was approved as a 501(c)(3) in November of 2014.
2017, she created the Pop Up & Give program, their leading program that serves over 13,000 monthly.
Because she built The Just One Project with a baby on her hip, it's always been a core value to encourage all ages to volunteer.
Meet the Founder of The Just One Project, Brooke Neubauer
We create “volunteer magic” by bringing together hundreds of volunteers and our community partners for hands-on opportunities to meet the needs of those we serve. The Just One Project is also Nevada’s largest food market; combating food insecurity through our innovative mobile food pantry, stationary pantry, and grocery delivery program.
Stay in touch with our programs, events and opportunities to give back monthly.