– DISTRIBUTING MUTUAL AID –
PRE- ESTABLISHED ORGANIZATIONS
This resource list focuses specifically on models and tools for starting mutual aid projects Including but not limited to: bail funds, childcare, disability justice, food distribution, healthcare, housing, immigration, parole, sex trade support.
INDIVIDUALS/ GROUPS THAT ARE NOT PRE-ESTABLISHED ORGS
This toolkit includes step by step instructions for how you can build your own mutual aid network while staying safe from the spread of COVID-19.
“Mutual Aid Legal Toolkit: FAQs from Mutual Aid Organizers”
This was drafted with the following groups in mind:
- Mutual aid groups that are completely volunteer-run and grassroots led. These groups typically start off with a couple of volunteer organizers who coordinate the collection of food, money, and other resources, for redistribution to local neighbors in need. These groups tend to be unincorporated.
- Grassroots mutual aid groups that have evolved and grown to a point where they are now thinking of establishing an entity. These groups may be handling cash in the tens of thousands of dollars range, or starting to receive grants in large sums, or branching out to launch large-scale efforts to coordinate food delivery, etc.
A set of crowdsourced mutual aid resources for creative practitioners (including artists, makers, curators, designers, hackers, educators, etc.) who find themselves needing to migrate their practice onto digital spaces and places.
– RECEIVING MUTUAL AID –
Metro Atlanta Mutual Aid Fund
A mutual aid fund to support marginalized communities impacted by COVID-19.
Mutual Aid Networks
List of mutual aid networks by state.
Freedom Funds and Mutual aid networks in the US
List of bail funds, freedom funds and mutual aid networks.
National Center for Transgender Equality: COVID19 Mutual Aid and Emergency Funds
This list of mutual aid and emergency funds includes Trans and LGBTQ specific funding.
List of funding resources and mutual aid opportunities for their grantee and member community related to the COVID-19 pandemic. This list includes funds and services for undocumented community members.
Mutual Aid Hub
Find Mutual Aid Networks and other community self-support projects near you. Reach out to these groups directly via the map to get involved, offer resources, or submit needs requests.
“Big Door Brigade- Mutual Aid Toolbox”
This resource list focuses specifically on models and tools for starting mutual aid projects, but includes some mutual aid funding and resources.