Tucson Community Mutual Aid Volunteer Sign-up
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We are coordinating food and supply drop offs to people's front doors. Please use this form if this is your area and you would like to assist making deliveries. As schools are closing down, we are encouraging families to seek child care support within their networks with people they trust. However, there may be other groups in Tucson filling this need, if this is something you would like to assist with please ask and we can figure out more information to connect.
We are an all-volunteer grassroots group operating in Tohono O'Odham land, Chukson, and Pascua Yaqui land, or also known as Tucson, AZ. We are prioritizing folks who are sick, disabled, quarantined without pay, elderly, undocumented, queer, Black, Indigenous, and/or people of color -- including those displaced from Tucson to the nearby areas. Thank you for your patience and grace. We are guiding ourselves by ancestral knowledge and experiences. We are using the guidelines and resources that were created and being used as a model in Seattle, WA.
If you want and feel comfortable, please color code your home or space as follows:
(Place them in visible spaces as front doors or windows)
Here is more info:
🟩 - (Green) Solidarity color, show unity in these times.
🟨 - (Yellow)You are in quarantine because you or someone in your household is sick.
🟦 - (Blue)You have an elder living with you or you have a preexisting condition that makes you vulnerable to COVID-19.
⬜️ - (White) you have extra supplies in your home that you can spare for those in need.
🟥 - (Red) You are in need of extra supplies.
🟪 - (Purple) People with different abilities live in your home.
If you have supplies to donate directly to our unhoused neighbors or anyone, please contact:
Let’s take care of each other. By us for us.
እርስ በርሳችን እንከባከብ። በኛ ለኛ።
Vamos a cuidarnos unes a otres. Por nosotres, para nosotres.
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What is your name?
This does not need to be your legal name. (Please indicate your pronouns as well, if that's something you would like to share.) *
What is your phone number?
What is your email address?
Would you prefer to be contacted by social media?
Please add links if so.
Do you have access to a vehicle?
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If you do not have access to a vehicle, how far are you willing to walk from bus lines? Carrying how much weight?
Feel free to include notes like "I use a bike" or "I want to buddy up with someone who has a car."
Do you need to be paid for your transportation or time?
*We want to ensure that those who want to provide mutual aid do not face undue burden.
Yes. I cannot do this work without compensation.
Yes. I can donate my time but I would like to be reimbursed for gas/bus fare.
Would you like to help pay for the groceries / supplies?
Again, we want to ensure that those who want to provide mutual aid do not face undue burden and we absolutely do not expect you to spend money if you are financially limited.
No. I will need money ahead of time in order to buy the groceries.
No. I have the money to make the initial purchase, but I will need reimbursement.
Yes. I have the money to make the initial purchase & can donate some, but I may need reimbursement eventually.
Yes. I will donate any groceries I pick up.
What type(s) of money transfer work for you?
Check all that apply.
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Square Cash / Cash App
Are you comfortable picking up prescriptions?
* We will help coordinate any paperwork needed and pharmacy location.
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Are you 21+ with a valid ID? *
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Do you agree to trust that each person making a request knows their own needs?
Can you agree to make deliveries without judgement? *(We will not ask anyone to buy or deliver anything illegal.) If your answer is "Yes, except..." please select Other and list the specific supplies or groceries you are uncomfortable buying / delivering.
What neighborhood in Tucson or side of town do you live in?
*If you live outside the city, but would still like to volunteer, please let us know where you are coming from.
What neighborhoods OR areas would you prefer to DELIVER to?
Generally, what times are you available?
You may also leave more specific day and time schedules in the "Other" write in box. Check all that apply.
What languages do you speak? Are you able to help us translate writing?
Could you interpret a conversation in person or by phone? *This includes spoken and/or sign languages.
Do you have any accessibility needs you want to share, or need anything else to feel safe providing deliveries?
A buddy to do deliveries with
Help acquiring hand sanitizer/wipes
Help knowing if you are contagious
Do you have other skills you would be willing to provide?
In the near future, we are considering expanding the types of mutual aid we offer. These might include transportation, emotional support, household assistance, dog walking, petsitting, etc. Please note access details when possible, like: are you able to be scent-free (
)? Do you have a wheelchair accessible van? Do you have space for domestic survivors?
Thank you again for taking time to fill out a support form! We will contact you if and when we match you with a request. There are currently many times more volunteers than requests (thank you!!) so not everyone will be connected through us. You're encouraged to organize your own support networks, too! Drawing from the brilliance, love and creativity we have for each other and looking to learn from those showing solidarity globally, including those in Wuhan, China, we aim to cultivate a politics of autonomy, solidarity, and mutual aid within a long-term, multi-generational horizon of decolonial, anti-capitalist, feminist, queer, and disability liberation. Close all prisons, juvies and detention centers now!
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