Coronavirus Mutual Aid
Communities on the Front Lines
In response to the coronavirus, community-based mutual aid groups are forming to support each other by sharing resources, running errands, providing financial support, and emotional care to each other. Today, over 30 groups have emerged to provide community-based mutual-aid in response to the coronavirus.
For students in particular, many higher education administrators and non-profit organizers have crowd-sourced and built intercollegiate networks to help those in need access vital resources, and information. For a thorough breakdown of national, state, and institutional resources, read through this COVID-19 Resources for Students document.
For California residents, there are several sources of support that one should access if they are concerned about immediate or long-term security, especially considering the increase in locked-down cities in the US:
For a continuously updated list –
All Eyes on the Frontlines: Coronavirus Mutual Aid
For more ideas on how you can take action for a just response to the coronavirus, visit and read:
- When Every Community is Ground Zero: Pulling Each Other Through a Pandemic (Mutual Aid Disaster Relief)
- Demands from Grassroots Organizers Concerning COVID-19 (Transformative Spaces)
- Calls for a Just Recovery Response to COVID-19 that Centers The Most Vulnerable (The Climate Justice Alliance)