mutual-aid text across bay bridgeMutual Aid is the voluntary reciprocal exchange of resources and services for mutual benefit.

Across the bay area, people have risen to meet the current pandemic head on: organizing community food programs, building tenant associations, striking for workers’ rights, delivering food and medicine to their neighbors, standing in solidarity with the most marginalized, and demanding freedom and justice for those most impacted by the crisis.

With this in mind – we present a growing list of mutual aid and COVID-19 community resources in the bay area and across the greater Northern California region.

We will be updating this list as more groups organize and collective resources become available.

COVID-19 Bay Area Links & Portals

A collection of various online bay area mutual aid hubs. This includes a easy to use Wiki page, a handy regional map, a searchable website, and a variety of spread sheets that have a vast amount of resources you can find useful.

Specific Needs and Impacted Front line Communities:

This section is broken down by directly impacted communities and direct needs.

African-American Community:

Asian-American Community:

Healthcare:

Food:

Housing & Tenant’s Rights:

Houseless Resources:

Mental Health:

SRO Residents:

Survivors of Violence:

Seniors:

Disability Justice:

Immigrant Community:

Workers:

Students:

Bay Area Mutual Aid By Region & City:

Here’s a blow by blow of mutual aid projects and initiatives throughout the bay area and Northern California. Find a projects near you and plug-in!

Contra Coast County:

San Francisco:

South San Francisco:

El Cerrito:

Richmond:

Albany:

Berkeley:

Oakland:

Hayward:

Fremont:

South Bay:

Bay Area Grassroots Organizations:

Here are some local organizations and non-profits which are mobilizing during the current crisis.

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