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Help A Neighbor - Mutual Aid 2020 Facebook Group
Let's help our neighbors get the help they need during these uncertain times. Many high-risk folks don't have access to technology, so let's post flyers around our neighborhoods. Then, let's use existing resources (Nextdoor, Facebook, etc) to connect these folks to someone who can help.  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1306542072854295/
Michigan Mutual Aid Coalition (MIMAC)
We are a grocery delivery service to those in South Oakland, South Macomb, and Wayne counties who are unable to get groceries for themselves.Venmo: @MI-MAC to ensure we can get groceries to those who can't pay right now
Seeding Sovereignty Indigenous Impact Rapid Response Initiative
https://seedingsovereignty.org/rapid-response-fund  DONATE TO RAPID RESPONSE FUND Vulnerable communities are hit hardest by crises - even those that purport to affect everyone.  Indigenous communities remaining strong and resilient during this global pandemic despite chronic, deep poverty, a youth suicide epidemic, violence to womxn, and myriad COVID-19 health complicating illnesses. Our communities will be last to receive desperately needed PPE, medical care and support. Our new Indigenous Impact Rapid Response Initiative works in partnership with Navajo, Apache, and Pueblo communities in New Mexico where need is critical to immediately provide protective masks to communities, distribute he
Covid-19 Mutual Aid USA
Covid-19 Mutual Aid USA is a support network for people organizing in their communities. We are not directly affiliated with local groups and are not accountable for their activities.  https://www.usacovidmutualaid.org/ #pandemic #covid19 #mutualaid
Indigenous Mutual Aid
Ceremony & Solidarity, Not Charity on Stolen Lands. Indigenous Mutual Aid is an information and support network with an anti-colonial and anti-capitalist framework. We exist to inspire and empower autonomous Indigenous relief organizing in response to COVID-19.We seek to grow the organizing of this effort into a collective hub oforganizers from throughout what we recognize as Turtle Island.Please connect to our Slack channel (send an email to request an invite: indigenousmutualaid@protonmail.com) to connect, share, & build. https://www.indigenousmutualaid.org/ #pandemic #covid19 #mutualaid #racialjustice #indigenous #nativelivesmatter
Mutual aid for COVID‑19
 Covaid connects community volunteers with those who need support https://www.covaid.co/  #pandemic #covid19 #mutualaid
People's Protective Equipment
https://www.peoplesprotectiveequipment.com/  Front line health care providers are lacking sufficient personal protective equipment (PPE) to keep themselves safe while treating patients. We are making face shields to help provide a first line of defense. We have already made and given away more than 6,000 shields and are ramping up to make 20,000 more. If you or someone you know is on the frontlines of fighting COVID-19 and would like a shield, you canREQUEST SHIELDS HERE. CapShield Our face shield is called the CapShield. Designed to be easy to assemble and mass produce with the supplies that are currently available, the CapShield consists of two parts: a polycarbonate shield and a regular o
Mutual Aid Hub
https://www.mutualaidhub.org/  Find Mutual Aid Networks and other community self-support projects near you. Reach out to these groups directly via the map above to get involved, offer resources, or submit needs requests.
Collective Care Is Our Best Weapon against COVID-19
https://mutualaiddisasterrelief.org/collective-care/  As the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps around the world, statist and capitalist structures predictably continue to fail us in many ways. Underlying that failure is the stress on individual responses: stockpile, isolate, and care for yourself. While “social” aka “physical” distancing is a necessary tool to help stop the spread of this virus, it will only be effective if it’s grounded in an ethics and practice of social solidarity and collective care. COVID-19 clearly demonstrates that only by deeply looking out for each other—acting as if everyone’s life has inherent worth and is at risk; as if the health of one is the health of all—will we actua
A COVID-19 Rapid Response Support for Native American Communities
https://www.decolonizingwealth.com/fund  In these times, Native American families turn to trusted community organizations for support and resources. In turn, we want to generously support Native American nonprofits on the ground who are caring for our most vulnerable - relatives facing food insecurity, access to housing, and our low-income sacred elderly.Edgar Villanueva, founder of Decolonizing Wealth Project launched a national rapid response effort to provide emergency support for the most vulnerable Native American families and communities in cities impacted by COVID-19.    Native American Community Response Fund is a rapid response fund working to deploy trust-based funding to urban a
COVID-related Mutual Aid
https://www.mutualaidnetwork.org/covid-related-mutual-aid/  First, here’s to your health, and ours collectively. May we come through this stronger and more resilient than ever, having learned how to take better care of one another and our earth. And mutual aid is all the rage these days. That’s great, except we weren’t yet ready for prime time (who ever is?) and we’re working hard to apply our years of learning and help sift through the chaos to find our strengths and build our crisis capacities. That said, the best place we can point you to find specifically disaster-related information and networks is via our friends at Mutual Aid Disaster Relief. If you’re in Madison WI (home base of HUMA
Queer Writers of Color Relief Fund
https://www.gofundme.com/f/queer-writers-of-color-relief-fund If it wasn't for the support, whether financial, mental, emotional, or even with a simple retweet of my work, I have always felt supported by the community of queer writers of color. Many of us, queer writers of color, and supporters of our community, know how important it is to have support, especially financial.Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, many countries and cities have cancelled major events, and in light of this, many people, presses, journals, etc. have cancelled book tours and readings, which directly support writers; honestly, it puts money directly in their pockets, money that is needed for bills, medicine, food, transpor

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