Mutual Aid - Great Plains USA
Updated: Nov 4
Neighbors Helping Neighbors Des Moines: This for members of the DSM community to offer skills, resources, supplies, space and time to community members who are affected by COVID – 19 and those most vulnerable among us. If you are looking for help, please us this form, here.
Madison Mutual Aid: Facebook page for mutual aid in Madison, Kansas.
Lawrence/Douglas County Mutual Aid: Lawrence Mutual Aid Network. This is a page to coordinate mutual aid and support in the Lawrence/Douglas County community during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Kansas City Mutual Aid: This is a group for the community to share and request resources during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
St. Louis Mutual Aid: Communities are safer and stronger when its members check in on one another and pitch in in whatever ways they can. This concept is called mutual aid.
Kansas City Radical Solidarity Fund: Economic relief for those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in the Kansas City metropolitan area.
Kansas City Tenants Mutual Aid Fund: Your donation will go toward food and supple orders for KC Tenants leaders during this outbreak so we can stay home and stay healthy as well as reimbursing for transportation and other related costs.
Solidarity with the Unhoused: We are distributing supplies and food daily to those on the street, while attempting to share social distancing guidelines and information about resources throughout the city.
Everett Free Grocery Program: The Everett Free Grocery Program is a long-term weekly food and hygienic product distribution program. Our aim is to build trust, autonomy, and mutual support within the Everett Neighborhood (Lincoln, Nebraska). We aim to approach food distribution from a grassroots model that erases the dividing lines between those who receive resources and those who provide them. Donate here. Instagram. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lincoln/Omaha Mutual Aid: This group is intended to be a forum for people to request and offer help specific to needs related to the COVID-19 pandemic in our area.
Midtown Mutual Aid Network Omaha: This group is organizing to create a mutual aid structure and tools for neighborhoods to replicate. We have compiled resources, forms, and documents to help organize Neighborhood Point People (NPPs) and volunteers offering support. Email: email@example.com for more info. Hotline: (402) 807-3742.Spread sheet.Donation page.