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Mutual Aid - Southeast USA


  • Birmingham Mutual Aid: In these fast moving and uncertain times, it’s important to show up for each other and remember that we are not alone. Mutual aid is a powerful way to build strong connections – we all have something to offer and we all have something we need.



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

  • Mutual Aid Northwest Arkansas: We are building a network of folks who can support their neighbors through mutual aid in Northwest Arkansas.

  • Fayetteville Mutual Aid: NWA Mutual Aid is a volunteer collective that exists to help build resilient communities through organizing collaborative efforts, connecting folks to existing local resources, and providing a space for the community to connect and exchange support. Y’ALLIDARITY! currently functions as our platform for facilitating community connections. Learn about us here:



  • Hands of the Goddess - Florida

  • Tampa Mutual Aid: In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, Tampa Dream Defenders and Mutual Aid Disaster Relief are partnering to support the most vulnerable in our community.

  • Gainesville Mutual Aid: A group where people can offer help or ask for help during this pandemic. Specific to Gainesville, Florida.

  • Tallahassee Community Assistance Network: This is an ad-hoc group/space for Tallahassee and Leon County residents to discuss and plan community assistance and mutual aid efforts to alleviate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Lake Worth Food Not Bombs: We are initiating a daily food distribution action for the next month. This would be an “On-Demand food delivery system” for Palm Beach County, where we cook a variety of food on a daily basis and deliver to people who request food either for lunch or dinner. Call: (561) 320-3277


  • Food 4 Life: In response to the COVID-19 pandemic crisis, we are operating a grocery delivery program in Atlanta, Georgia to ensure that those impacted by the virus will not be forced to choose between decent food and their health. Food is a human right, we must help each other! Donate here. Website.

  • Atlanta Mutual Aid: Students at Emory, Morehouse, Spelman, and Georgia State are facing removal and even eviction from their dorms in the response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Many students, such as international, LGBTQIA+, and out-of-state students do not have an immediate place to move to or store their belongings. Tens of thousands of students are being displaced and are in immediate need of resources and support.

  • Athens Mutual Aid: Mutual aid hub for the own of Athens, Georgia.



  • Lexington Mutual Aid: We are building a network of people who can support their neighbors through mutual aid in Lexington, Kentucky.

  • Louisville Mutual Aid: We are building a network of people who can support their neighbors through mutual aid in Louisville, Kentucky. Donate here.

  • Louisville Mutual Aid: Spread sheet of mutual aid resources, run by Black Lives Matter Louisville.

  • Kentucky Mutual Aid: With the current uncertainty, it’s important that no one falls through the cracks. Facebook.

  • Youth Mutual Aid Fund: For young folks in Kentucky and Appalachia experiencing income loss or food and housing insecurity due to COVID-19. We’re also providing social events and general trainings to keep folks busy via video and phone calls and are available to chat with folks who are looking for social connection and need help finding resources. In the next few weeks, we’ll be expanding to ensure young folks get fair treatment from universities. Donate here.



  • New Orleans Mutual Aid: As the city and country shuts down over the coming days and weeks, it is crucial that we build robust mutual aid networks that can support the elderly, the immunocompromised and the vast group of hospitality workers who have no safety net. Instagram.

  • Solidarity with the Unhoused: Donate here.

  • Bvlbancha Collective: If you are local to the Bvlbancha area and you or a neighbor could benefit from fresh garden herbs, or plant medicines, pls contact us through email or the contact us portion of our page!!! We have herbs for immune-boosting, respiratory health, lymphatic support & working with fevers. Fresh & dried herbs for teas & steams, syrups, & some tinctures on hand. We also have a limited supply of stress relief herbs/elixirs. And more brewing right now. Plus, everything in stock from our website. No one will be declined due to lack of funds as long as we have supplies on hand. We are happy to do porch/mailbox drops as time allows. Also, we have homemade hand sanitizer! Pls, don’t hesitate to reach out! We’re in this together!


North Carolina

  • Hendersonville Mutual Aid: A community network to help folks in Hendersonville and Henderson county, NC meet their needs during the COVID-19 epidemic and beyond.

  • Marshall Mutual Aid Hub: We are excited to announce that we now have a space in Marshall to gather and deliver food and other necessities to folks in Madison County who are unable to leave the house to shop. The hub is located on the Madison County Cooperative Extension Office property at the far end of the parking lot next to the little greenhouse, 258 Carolina Lane, Marshall. Spread sheet. Donate.

  • Chapel Hill Food Not Bombs: Offering to-go food on Saturdays at Nightlight in Chapel Hill. 430-530pm. Along with hygiene products, cleaning supplies, harm reduction. Offering delivery & drive up service. Everything is free. No questions asked. Email: Instagram.

  • Mutual Aid Carrboro: In the coming weeks, potentially millions of workers will be sent home without pay. For the most precarious, that could mean evictions, utility shut-offs, missed payments, and other economic catastrophes. That’s why Mutual Aid Carrboro is partnering with NC Piedmont DSA to create the COVID-19 Mutual Aid Relief Fund. Donate here.

  • Greensboro, NC: A virtual tip jar created for workers affected by COVID-19 for Greensboro, NC.

  • Durham Mutual Aid: This is a space for sharing resources, guidance, and organizing for mutual aid in Durham, NC during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Surry County Mutual Aid Network: Our goal is to help get needed supplies to people to help prevent the spread of Covid-19 into Surry County NC.

  • Asheville Survival Program: In any kind of crisis we are always strongest when we work together. We can overcome our fears and the urge to isolate and hoard, to instead be part of a meaningful community wide response. Information sharing is a critical first step, from there we can work together as neighbors and friends to ensure everyone has what we need.


South Carolina





  • Mutual Aid Infrastructure Charlottesville: This is a place where folx can request resources and support, but also where you can come to find opportunities to offer time, money, support and resources to community members in need.

  • Future Economy Collective: Running mutual aid projects in the Blue Ridge Mountains in the Southwest of Virginia. We provide emergency supplies, meal boxes, and a seed sharing program. Instagram.

  • Northern Virginia COVID-19 Supply Exchange: This group is for people located in Northern Virginia to join and post if they are in need of supplies or food. anything from diapers to soap to bread and milk… some of us may have more than we need of something and be running out of other things.

  • Corona Aid 757: If you need help getting groceries for elderly or immune compromised individuals ask for help if you need us to make a grocery run for you! Located in Norfolk, Virginia area. Call at 757-598-1480. Request aid. Volunteer. Facebook.

  • COVID-19 Emergency Relief: Mutual aid supply drive in Richmond. More info here.


Washington, DC

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