Ward 1 mutual aid volunteers
Times that are potentially scary require us to better support one another. In the same way that we bring casseroles to grieving families and baby clothes to celebrate newborns, we can come together as a community to help each other through this difficult time. An essential part of stopping the spread of coronavirus from overwhelming our hospital systems is voluntary self-isolation (https://www.vox.com/2020/3/10/21171481/coronavirus-us-cases-quarantine-cancellation). However, isolation can be difficult without the support of your neighbors. This form will help us provide support to each other!

Please make a check next to all potential supports that you have the capacity to provide. All offers of support will be kept confidential until a need arises. These are non-binding, but more to get a sense of the abundant resources we do have. At the end, please also tell us about potential situations where you might need assistance, so we can start to match up potential needs with potential offers.

At any time, if you need some support (whether or not you have coronavirus), please email w1mutualaid@gmail.com and describe the situation and need. We will happily organize support for your home. All requests for support will be kept confidential except to those providing support.

The CDC recognizes community preparedness as an essential part of dealing with this outbreak: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/home/get-your-household-ready-for-COVID-19.html

Thank you!

The person managing this form is Dani McCormick, who lives in your neighborhood
Name/Pronouns *
Address (optional, but would be helpful)
Email Address or Cell Phone Number or other electronic contact method *
What time of day are you more generally available? (Please check all that apply)
I can provide the following supports: (Remember, this is non-binding. Please check all that apply)
If you marked any meal prep options above, please list any particular cuisines that you are used to cooking (e.g. Somalian, Italian, Vegan)?
Are there any types of specialized meals for which your kitchen is particularly well suited (e.g. if your household doesn't use nuts, it would be a good pairing for a neighbor who has a nut allergy)?
Are there any other supports that you think we should offer that aren't on the list above?
Are there any supports that you've offered above for which you normally charge as part of your livelihood? Please list each one and your typical rate (while we want to offer these supports to each other for free, we also recognize the potential burden if this is a part of your livelihood, and we would like to make a plan to compensate you).
What are some potential needs that you may have that would make it difficult for you to isolate at home in case of coronavirus (e.g. lack of childcare, need for chronic disease medication, your work doesn't offer paid sick leave, you need regular deliveries due to a mobility disability, you have a personal care attendant for a disability who might also have specific needs as well, financial issues from loss of income, etc.)? What are some non-coronavirus related needs that you might have that currently make life difficult?
Are there other communities that you're connected to that would benefit from organizing some mutual assistance?
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