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Mutual Aid - Pacific Northwest USA

Updated: Nov 4

Idaho

  • Idaho Mutual Aid - https://www.facebook.com/groups/599362557311758/


Oregon

  • Portland COVID-19 Mutual Aid Hub: Mutual aid hub at the Social Justice Action Center, 400 SE 12th Street. Every week we are making dozens of meals for immigrant workers at VOZ and distributing food stables to those who need it most in our community. Please come by!

  • Coast to Cascades COVID-19 Mutual Aid: Coast to Cascades Mutual Aid is a volunteer-led support system started on the Oregon coast that provides groceries, supplies & money to people who can’t leave their homes during the COVID-19 crisis. Donate here.

  • Coast Mutual Aid: The website is a platform for people to submit requests for financial or non-financial assistance and also a place for people who want to give or support someone.

  • Pandemic Mutual Aid Network: This is a hub for the growing Pandemic Neighborhood Mutual Aid network. Please find and connect with your neighborhood here! If you’re interested in starting one for your neighborhood, reach out and we will get you started! Includes the following neighborhoods:

  1. Gateway/Hazelwood

  2. Southwest Hills

  3. Milwauke

  4. Alameda/Irvington

  5. Buckman/Berns

  6. Oak Grove

  • PDX Mutual Aid Network: We are an all-volunteer grassroots group operating in the territories of the many tribes who have made their homes near the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia Rivers, including Multnomah, Wasco, Cowlitz, Kathlamet, Clackamas, Bands of Chinook, Tualatin, Kalapuya, Molalla. Instagram and Facebook.

  • Portland Coronavirus Mutual Aid Fund: We are currently forming a coalition of groups to coordinate grassroots response to the coronavirus.

  • Yamhill County Oregon Mutual Aid Discord: Community group within Yamhill County Oregon regarding all mutual aid needs and localized information concerning COVID-19.

  • Lane County: Mutual Aid hub for those in the Lane County area.

  • South Willamette Valley Mutual Aid Network: As things get harder, we show up for our neighbors. We advocate collective liberation through class solidarity, disability justice, anti-racism, abolition, and horizontal mutual aid as we reside on stolen Kalapuya land. We are trying to build a network of many neighborhood pods across Lane County. Instagram. Facebook.

  • Coalition of Graduate Employees Local 6069 Mutual Aid Caucus: The Mutual Aid caucus is dedicated to using our combined talents and abilities to provide help to our fellow graduate students in times of material, emotional, and mental need. We will collaborate with other caucuses to identify and address opportunities for aid.

Washington

  • Sunnyland Neighborhood Mutual Aid: Neighbors coordinating pick ups/drop offs, meals, community gardening, childcare, eldercare, tutoring, dog walking and whatever else we can in Sunnyland, a neighborhood in Bellingham, Washington. Twitter. Request form. Offer form.

  • Tacoma Food Not Bombs: Mutual aid collective that provides free food, supplies, and information to our community men evers experiencing housing insecurity or houselessness and food insecurity.

  • Cascadia Bioregional Mutual Aid for Deaf Communities of Color: Mutual aid support for underrepresented community members who identify as Deaf BIPOC in British Columbia, Washington State and Oregon only. Twitter. Facebook.

  • Masks for Docs: We have one goal: Get protective supplies into the hands of healthcare workers as quickly as possible.

  • Southwest Washington Mutual Aid: The intent of this group is to open up space to share Southwest Washington and global community information and resources during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Snohomish County Mutual Aid: We are a grass roots group united to help our neighbors during the COVID19 crisis.

  • Support Seattle Sex Workers: Relief funds for sex workers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Jefferson County Mutual Aid: JeffCo Mutual Aid is focused on giving money to people who lost their jobs or are experiencing financial hardship due to the Covid-19 crisis.

  • Snohomish County Emergency Mutual Aid Group: Mutual Aid Group for the residents of Snohomish County.

  • Kitsap Community Mutual Aid: This is an intake form to help community members ask other community members for support in Kitsap during the COVID-19 pandemic. Facebook. Spread sheet.

  • Puget Sound COV-19 Mutual Aid: Seattle based collective well-being through class solidarity, disability justice, anti-racism, abolition. Resource guide here. Donate here. Instagram.

  • Lettered Streets Mutual Aid: Coordinating efforts including childcare, eldercare, housing, supplies, food, emotional support in the Lettered Streets neighborhood of Bellingham and beyond. We can also help connect you to other efforts happening in Bellingham and Whatcom County. Request support. Offer support.

  • Tacoma Mutual Aid Collective: Tacoma Mutual Aid Collective works in solidarity with Tacoma communities to support resource, knowledge, and skill sharing across our neighborhoods. Currently organizing free food programs for kids hit by school closures and beyond. Support via PayPal. Grocery program sign-up form.

  • Olympia Mutual Aid: We are coordinating food and supply drop offs to people’s front doors. Please use this form if you would like to help make deliveries. Facebook.

  • Olympia Community Resilience: Olympia Community Resilience is a volunteer run mutual aid project coordinating support involving grocery delivery, food restrictions, translation or interpretation services, pharmacy prescription pickups, running errands, food preparation, and centering accessibility needs and prioritizes vulnerable populations including those experiencing marginalization from disability, quarantine without pay, transphobia, racism, ageism, ableism, homelessness or housing insecurity and other health conditions. Request support. Offer support. Email: olycommunityresilience@protonmail.com

  • Common Stash: Mutual Aid in So-Called Olympia: We are not afraid of sickness—many of us are already sick, and those of us who are not yet sick will one day become unwell. But we are afraid of not getting cared for, of not getting what we need and of those we love not getting what they need, so we are coming together, collecting and redistributing herbal remedies, over the counter cough medication, and other supplies to our friends and neighbors. Instagram.

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