Click here to keep our work going and expanding financially with a one time or monthly recurring donation, powered and secured through Wepay.

We also accept donations through Venmo: @MutualAidDisasterRelief
and Paypal: [email protected]

With many online opportunities to address people’s needs immediately and directly, we encourage people with access to wealth to support coronavirus impacted people directly if able. And if you cannot for whatever reason, Mutual Aid Disaster Relief is collecting funds to support the network’s response to Coronavirus. Money from this fundraiser will be used to purchase bulk supplies, as well as support local covid-19 mutual aid efforts and organizers as they aid the most vulnerable communities and populations.

Alternatively, you can donate to our Mutual Aid Disaster Relief Infrastructure Campaign, to grow Mutual Aid Disaster Relief’s infrastructure so, together, we can continue to build power while the lights are out from the ground up, and offer even more to communities struggling for a just recovery. This will help us get a vehicle, a solar trailer, an ambulance, or other things of that nature. Or the Puerto Rico Rebuilds Campaign for autonomous and sustainable infrastructure development in the form of water purification systems and photovoltaic solar arrays for Puerto Rico.

We also have a fundraiser for heating assistance during the winters for Lakota families on the Pine Ridge Reservation.

Additionally, you can purchase personal protective equipment and other supplies that are needed directly via our Amazon Wishlists:

Tennessee/Kentucky Wishlist

Florida Amazon Wishlist

North Carolina Amazon Wishlist

Interested in making a large donation, a vehicle donation, or to leave us in your will? Email us at [email protected] and let us know what you have in mind and we can explore it further together!

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Interested in supporting regionally and locally rooted mutual aid and solidarity initiatives? You are people after our own hearts!

During the Coronavirus crisis, there has been an explosion of mutual aid groups. Click on one of these links if you can meet people’s needs directly:
Immune Compromised People In Need
COVID-19 Financial Solidarity

We also encourage people to support and share Black Trans Blessings’s fundraiser. They’re a group based in New York needing donations to get sanitation supplies, food and other essentials to their community members. Other mutual aid fundraisers to consider supporting are:

Cosecha Mutual Aid
Mutual Aid Los Angeles
Food, Clothing, and Resistance Network Mutual Aid Fund
COVID-19 Survival Fund For The People – Puget Sound
Tacoma Mutual Aid
Portland Coronavirus Mutual Aid Fund
Undocufund for Immigrant Communities in Sonoma County
Mutual Aid Fund For Santa Cruz
Mutual Aid Action Los Angeles Fundraiser
Sante Fe Mutual Aid
Missoula Mutual Aid
Northern Colorado Community Mutual Aid And Defense
Boulder COVID-19 Mutual Aid Fund
North Texas COVID-19 Mutual Aid Fund
Aid Network Denton COVID-19 Fund
Carrboro COVID-19 Mutual Aid Relief Fund
Food4Life ATL Survival Program
Stay Together Appalachian Youth Mutual Aid Fund
Solidarity Supply Distro
Abolitionist Mutual Aid Fund
COVID-19 Mutual Aid Fund for LGBTQI+ BIPOC Folks
NYC Dancers Relief Fund (COVID-19)
Seattle Artists Relief Fund Amid COVID-19
NYC Low-Income Artist/Freelancer Relief Fund
Wuhan HIV/AIDS Patients Affected by COVID-19
Tampa Food Not Bombs and Bay Area Harm Reduction Mutual Aid
Pittsburgh COVID-19 Mutual Aid Emergency Fund
Berkeley Mutual Aid COVID-19 Fund
NW DC COVID-19 Mutual Aid
DMV Restaurant Worker Relief Fund
Emergency COVID Relief For Sex Workers in New York
COVID-19 Mutual Aid Providence
Bluff Area Mutual Aid
Green Light Project Sex Worker Aid Network Initiative
Support Our Asian Elders During COVID-19

Deadly tornadoes hit Nashville and surrounding areas. Here are a few grassroots groups doing amazing work assisting with relief efforts:

Sunrise Movement Nashville Tornado Support
Gideon’s Army
The Equity Alliance
Community Changers

For Eastern Kentucky flood relief efforts, consider supporting our friends and partners: EKY & SWVA Flood Relief – On Venmo @ mutualaideky and on Paypal @ [email protected]

Want to support mutual aid efforts in Puerto Rico after the recent earthquakes in the south? Consider supporting Brigada Solidaria del Oeste, or the network of Centros de Apoyo Mutuo throughout the island.

Looking for folks to support who are responding to the fires in Australia, check out Goongerah Survives.

Wildfires are regularly causing widespread destruction on the West Coast of the U.S. as well. And PG&E power blackouts are a disaster in themselves. Consider supporting these folks:

Undocufund
805 Undocufund
Disability Justice Culture Club

Tropical Storm Imelda caused severe flooding in Eastern Texas, in many of the same places that Hurricane Harvey flooded just two years ago. Here are some response efforts aligned with Mutual Aid Disaster Relief or autonomous, solidarity based efforts in the area more broadly:

West Street Recovery
Bayou Action Street Health
Community Restoration and Healing Project

It’s been over two years since Hurricanes Irma and Maria hit Puerto Rico, but the work for a just recovery continues. Consider donating to our extended family of locally-rooted centros de apoyo mutuo and other mutual aid projects:

For Hurricane Harvey ongoing relief efforts, see our good friends and partners at West Street Recovery.

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Thank you so much for your continued support and solidarity for decentralized, liberatory disaster response!