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

Alternatively, you can donate to our Puerto Rico Rebuilds Campaign for autonomous and sustainable infrastructure development in the form of water purification systems and photovoltaic solar arrays for Puerto Rico.

You can also earmark funds specifically for Lumberton, North Carolina by donating here.

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

California Amazon Wishlist

Florida Amazon Wishlist

North Carolina Amazon Wishlist

A COPY OF MUTUAL AID DISASTER RELIEF OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE WITHIN THE STATE AT 1-800-HELP-FLA (435-7352), OR (850) 410 3800 CALLING FROM OUTSIDE OF FLORIDA, OR THROUGH THE DEPARTMENT’S WEBSITE AT WWW.800HELPFLA.COM REGISTRATION NUMBER CH49304. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE, NEITHER DOES IT IMPLY OUR ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL OR RECOMMENDATION OF THE STATE AND ITS INSTITUTIONS OF VIOLENCE, COERCION, AND HIERARCHICAL POWER.

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

Consider donating to North Valley Mutual Aid who are a locally rooted, emergent mutual aid network responding to the fires in California. Mask Oakland is also a great mutual aid initiative as well.

Here are some movement-based relief efforts local to Florida’s Panhandle:

Florida People’s Advocacy Center
DSA Tallahassee Hurricane Relief Fund

Here are some autonomous, decentralized options in North Carolina:

And here are two little bit larger North Carolina Hurricane Florence grassroots community funds:

In addition, consider donating to any of these more established frontline organizations doing great work in the affected region (from A Just Florence Recovery).

It’s been over a year 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!