East Side Learning Center Mutual Aid Site
Thank you for visiting East Side Learning Center's Mutual Aid Site.
East Side Learning Center usually operates as a 1-to-1 tutoring organization for pre-K through 3rd grade students on the East Side of St. Paul and beyond. However, during this time of crisis, we are expanding to help neighbors meet the needs of the East Side community and those who volunteer with ESLC.
Our staff and volunteer community members are working to get mutual aid (neighbors helping neighbors) off the ground and running.
We believe that everyone has something to give and something to receive. Please use this form if you are looking for help or looking to provide help to someone in our East Side community. Not everyone is so good with technology or with English, so you can also use the form to share about the needs of a neighbor (with their permission).
Please know that all responses relating to your identity will be kept private.
We cannot guarantee that requests for help will be met. This is a community effort.
We will not be using your data for anything other than communicating about your request or your offer to help.
We will do our best in attempting to match asks and offers accordingly.
Please be patient, as we are learning this process together.
To learn more about East Side Learning Center, go to our website:
To join the East Side Learning Center Mutual Aid Facebook Group, click this link and send a request to join the group -
If you are seeking resources available to those in, view our list here -
If you do not have an email address, or want to talk to a real human being about your ask, your offer, or your involvement with mutual aid, please leave a voicemail for Suzanne at ESLC by calling (612-470-6434).
Finally, please share far and wide. The more people involved, the better! If you'd like to help get your block connected, you can sign up to be the "neighborhood pod" contact person later on in this same form.
How do you prefer to be contacted? (Note: Our default will be email)
Are you seeking help or offering help?
I am seeking help.
I am offering help.
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