Our goal at Mutual Aid NYC is to support people working on mutual aid in their communities. If this is you, here are resources to help with your work.
List your offering on mutualaid.nyc
If you have a service, resource, or offering that you would like to share with the wider NYC community, we invite you to register with Mutual Aid NYC.
Once you’re registered, we can add your offering to this website, making it available to New Yorkers and mutual aid organizers around the city.
Register a group
Register a group to add info about your group to our growing map of groups working across NYC.
Share a resource
Submit a resource to be reviewed and possibly included in our library of recommended resources.
FAQ: How to raise funding for mutual aid
Get tips on fundraising platforms and organizational structures, accepting and disbursing funds, transparency and government oversight, and more.
Mutual Aid NYC support services
Mutual Aid NYC is a community of volunteers supporting mutual aid organizing across the city. Reach out to one of our three specialized volunteer groups to get help with the technical side of organizing.
Get help building tools, websites, or systems to support your mutual aid work.
Get help translating materials into multiple languages so you can reach your community.
Get help creating flyers, social media graphics, or any other visual media that you need.
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Find resources + groups
As noted above, Mutual Aid NYC is continuing to gather and share a collection of resources for New Yorkers and a map of all mutual aid groups across the city.
Share these resources with your community and find other groups to collaborate with.
We are building a space for those doing mutual aid work to share lessons, tips, and tools with other organizers and volunteers.
We hope this space will make it easier for you to do your important work, connect with one another, and distribute what you’re learning about community-driven mutual aid in the time of COVID-19.