Ground Game Neighborhood Pod sign-up
As things get harder, we show up for our neighbors. Ground Game LA is helping to create a network of Neighborhood Pods of people across LA that can keep in touch and support each other during the COVID-19 crisis... and beyond.

If you want to help organize your neighborhood into a pod: great! You're in the right place. There are a few ways to help:

1. BECOME A NEIGHBORHOOD POINT PERSON: If you want to help lead in your neighborhood, you may want to be a Neighborhood Point Person! As a Neighborhood Point Person, you’d take on the responsibility of reaching out to your neighbors, checking in on what needs are arising on your block, coordinating a neighborhood group chat or phone tree, and staying in touch with the point people from other neighborhoods for resource pooling. A Ground Game organizer will be in touch soon to follow up and help support as needed, but you can get started right away by following the instructions here: bit.ly/HowToNPP

2. BECOME A NEIGHBORHOOD POD MEMBER: If you are not able to be a Point Person yourself, you can help organize your neighborhood and identify your Point Person.

3. BECOME AN NPP LEAD: If you are interested in helping Ground Game organize across all of the pods, please let us know!

***hablamos español si prefieres escribir en español***

(Form and text adapted from MAMAS: Mutual Aid Medford and Somerville)
Name and Pronouns *
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What neighborhood of LA do you live in? *
What street/cross streets do you live on? (Note: this is to help make sure we are covering every neighborhood on a block-by-block level, and will not be shared publicly.)
Can you be a Neighborhood Point Person (NPP)? This means you’d take on the responsibility of reaching out to your neighbors, coordinating a neighborhood group chat or phone tree, and staying in touch with the other point people for resource sharing. *
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