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Mutual Aid - Southwest USA


  • Tucson 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. Thank you!! This is a live document that will continue to change and update as we move forward.

  • Tucson Food Share: Free grocery program operating twice a week.

  • Kinlani (So-Called Flagstaff) Mutual Aid: This is for members of the Flagstaff community to volunteer (including outlying neighborhoods — from Timberline and Doney to Kachina and Mountainaire) to offer skills, resources, supplies, space and time to community members who are most vulnerable among us.

  • Navajo Hopi COVID 19 Response: We are an all volunteer grassroots indigenous led group operating on the Navajo and Hopi Reservations. We are prioritizing the elderly (especially those raising their grandchildren), single parents, and struggling families by helping them buy groceries, water, and health supplies, and by protecting them (and their vulnerable communities) from exposure by engaging volunteers to make the purchases and deliver them to a safe transfer location for the families. Facebook. Hotline: 1-833-956-1554

  • Mutual Aid Group Phoenix Metro-Area: Located in so-called Phoenix, Arizona.


New Mexico



  • Tulsa Mutual Aid Distribution: We have a team of volunteers, a physical space in which we can receive, decontaminate, and prepare donations for distribution, and vehicles with which to distribute them. We are already beginning to gather food and other supplies – but we’re going to need a lot more, and we’re putting out an open call for help. More info here.



  • North Texas Mutual Aid: As our communities face the impact of COVID-19, now is the time for radical action. We’re seeing in real time the truth of the capitalist system and the need for collective action to protect our communities and create the world we’ve been fighting for. Donate here.

  • Support Austin Sex Workers: Mobilizing to provide aid to the trans and/or sex workers of color in the Austin, Texas area.

  • San Antonio Mutual Aid: Scary times require us to better support one another. Resources for San Antonio residents.

  • Primrose Community Care: Primrose Community Care is a mutual aid group in Austin, Texas.

  • Aid Network of Denton County: Aid Network of Denton is a coalition of organizations and individuals seeking to provide community support in the face of the COVID-19 crisis. Donate here.

  • Corpus Christi Mutual Aid: Corpus! Let us know if you want to contribute or request resources. We gotchu. Facebook. Twitter. Instagram. Request support. Offer support.

  • Laredo Mutual Aid/Ayuda Mutua Laredo: A collaborative and community group which centers “trade” as a form of currency (hence, this is not a Buy/Sell group unless upon agreed with OP or commissioned). This group also hopes to emphasize the importance of rallying under a cause to assist and donate to members of a our community, such as setting up campaigns for students or organizing events to raise funds for a particular cause. LMA/AML is currently in its early stages, and as such, we welcome exposure to the public via invites to family or friends.

  • Molo Deep East TX Mutual Aid: We believe in helping people and sharing local needs. If you are in need of money during this time, go to the link and we’ll make a post to share your story.

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