SVA Interactive Mutual Aid Mapping Tool
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INSTRUCTIONS: Please add your organizations details and ways that you can provide assistance to others, and your org's immediate needs. Don't forget contact info! If you aren't comfortable putting a physical address, please add city/county name instead. **CERTAIN AREAS OF THIS DOCUMENT ARE PROTECTED. PLEASE COMMENT IF YOU NEED EDITS MADE**
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This is a statewide tool Southern Vision Alliance is developing to identify resources in local and regional areas linked to individuals and orgs providing mutual aid. Please fill in your organization's details, geographical location details, and contact information!
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*To view on mobile: Click globe icon in top left to view map, click list icon in top left to view organizations.
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Interactive Mutual Aid Mapping Tool
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Organization/Organizer NamePhysical Address/City, County or NeighborhoodMutual Aid Provided Our Immediate NeedContact PersonContact EmailContact PhoneWebsite
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Noonday KitchenFayetteville, NCNon perishables groceries to families Non perishables Anna DrewryAnna.Drewry@noondaykitchen.org704-441-5347www.Noondaykitchen.org
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Episcopal Farmworker Ministry2989 Easy St, Dunn, NC 28334Food Distribution (check in with us regarding dates)Cleaning supplies and hand sanitizers approved for COVID-19, we accept culturally appropriate food (like canned beans, canned corn, maseca, canned tuna, canned sardines, canned chicken, rice)Juan Carabanajuan@efwm.org919-805-1593www.efwm.org
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Durham Solidarity Center1803 Chapel Hill Rd. Durham NC 27707PA's, Megaphones, Radios, Marshaling vests. Organizing equipmentPortable USB phone charger donationsAsher Skeenasher@southernvision.orghttps://durhamsolidaritycenter.org/
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Mutual Aid Carrboro/NC Piedmont DSACarrboro, NCRelief FundDonations to Fundinfo@mutualaidcarrboro.orghttps://donorbox.org/nc-solidarity-fund
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UNC Ambulatory Center102 Mason Farm Rd, Chapel Hill NC 27514Drive-up COVID-19 Testing1-888-850-2684unchealthcare.org
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End Hunger DurhamDurham, NCLocal Food Pantry DirectoryJacqueline Blackwellbeamblackwellj@yahoo.com(984) 364-9662
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Audacity Group Social Enterprise (Dr. Eve) Greenville NC 27858group mental health support networkNonperishables, toiletries, sanitizer, bleach, milk for babies, shelves are depletedfund to share with those in needDr Evedreve@dreveangelsavage.com252-285-5402iamwenation.org
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Legal Aid of NCDurham, NC (and statewide)Eviction and foreclosure defense, domestic violence retraining orders, assistance with benefits, and other civil legal needsPeter Gilbertpeterg@legalaidnc.org919-264-0201www.legalaidnc.org
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NC Environmental Justice NetworkStatewide; staff in Raleigh and Greenvilledistribution and networking with rural communitiesncejnetwork@gmail.com
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Durham Distillery711 Washington Street Durham, NC 27701COVID-19 Sanitizing solution donationsErin McMullenerin@durhamdistillery.com919-390-2896https://durhamdistillery.com/pages/covid-19-sanitizing-solution-donation-program
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Cultivating Resistance HerbalsDurham, NC Herbal Immune support and flu prevention. Pay as you canMonica Riveracultivating.resistance@gmail.comhttps://cultivatingresistanceherbals.com/
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DART-ILM
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Citizens on Southside TogetherBlounts Creek, NC (Southside Beaufort County)Housing Program, Food Bank and Mentoring for School age childrenDelores S. Cannondelores@envirovac.us
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Disability Rights North Carolina3724 National Dr., Ste. 100, Raleigh, NC 27612Legal advocacy for people with all types of disabilities, of all ages, statewideIris GreenIris.green@disabilityrightsnc.org919-856-2195www.disabilityrightsnc.org
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Walltown Mutual Aid
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Lakewood Mutual Aid
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Precinct 39
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Durham Cooperative Extension721 Foster Street, Durham NCDrive-up Diaper Pick Up, Ages 0-5. Important message regarding Drive-Up Diaper pick up at Durham Cooperative Extension on Fridays starting March 20!Diapers
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Duke Mutual AidDurham, NCas needed -- housing, advocacy, cash assistance, food, transportation (primarily for Duke community members for now, but transitioning to joining wider Durham efforts as campus issues subsidemultiple (no one person is organizing, and we don't have a shared address --> putting my individual email for now)g.nuzzo123@gmail.com402-415-4763https://bit.ly/2wauTw1
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Stop Evictions NetworkDurham, NCDurham based organizations and individuals who are deeply concerned with the safety, health, and wellness of Durham residents facing eviction from their homeshttps://stopevictions.network/
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Down Home CarolinaAlamance CountyMutual Aid Relief Fund, Rural Community OrganizingDonations to relief fundBrigid Flahertybrigid@downhomenc.org336-525-5048https://secure.everyaction.com/l5dosV6fpUyYSe7GqIIEQg2
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YMCA of Western North CarolinaBuncombe County, Madison County, McDowell County, Henderson County and Haywood CountyFree produce and other nutritious foods for allFunding to purchase more produce, nutritious shelf-stable foodLauren Furgiuelelfurgiuele@ymcawnc.org828-775-7081https://ymcawnc.org/nutrition-outreach
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Caldwell County Yokefellow 202 Harper Avenue, Lenoir, NC Caldwell CountyFood Additional food to supplement our food pantry inventory as we have seen demand for food double in 3 days. Also funds as we anticipate massive overtime payroll budget for managing LEOS, which is our county's homeless shelter.Sharon V Harmon Executive Directordirector@yokefellowofcaldwellco.org828-7547088under construction
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Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry (WARM)5058 Wrightsville Avenue, Wilmington, NC (Brunswick County, New Hanover County, Pender County)staff available to volunteer locally, vehicles available to transport supplies, home repair for low-income, owner-occupied homes.n95 masks, latex gloves, non-latex gloves, safety glasses (clear or yellow), hand sanitizer (cases of small bottles), contractor trash bags, safety goggles.Andy Jones, Deputy Directorandyjones@warmnc.org910.399.7563www.warmnc.org
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Greensboro Virtual Tip JarGreensboro, NCtiny.cc/GSOMutualAidAlyzza Mayalyzza.may@gmail.comtiny.cc/GSOMutualAid
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North Carolina’s People’s Platform for Social and Economic Survival and BeyondStatewidePolitical platform to support communities most likely to be left out of preparation and recovery efforts in times of crisis.https://survivalandbeyond.info/
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RAFI-USAStatewide$500 Relief Grants to Farmershttps://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdCiknAA89yeGNwCd1WBjIVTHk01yVQiJ5wMCKCGKpdaO0esg/viewform
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No Kid Hungry NCStatewideThis grant request is specifically for school districts and community organizations to submit an inquiry for grants to support nutrition programs in their communityhttps://www.nokidhungry.org/coronavirus-grant-requesthttp://nokidhungrync.org/covid19/
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Food Not Bombs 919Triangle-Chapel Hill centeredFood, groceris, toiletries, and moreDonations of groceries, toiletries, and funds
https://www.facebook.com/FoodNotBombs919/
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disAbility Resource Center5041 New Centre Drive, Suite 210, Wilmington, NC (New Hanover, Pender, Brunswick, Onslow, Columbus)We can provide information and referral services and advocacy for individuals with disabilities. We can answer calls at 910-815-6618 or referrals can be submitted via our website.We identified individuals that need meal delivery services. We can coordinate the delivery but need funding for the costs. Gloria Garton, Executive Director or Sarah Hartz, Associate Directorgloria.garton@drc-cil. OR sarah.hartz@drc-cil.org910-815-6618www.drc-cil.org
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Respite in the Round23 acres on Tributary of Tar River near Berea, NC (Granville Cty)Distancing in Nature. Day use or Camping overnight. Creek traipsing, 1/4 trail walking, woods exploring, horse grazing, pond fishing, green grass laying, quiet 'being' in nature. (pin under health and holistic care vs. housing pls)Kristen Coxrespiteintheround@gmail.com7738182884www.respiteintheround.org
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Durham Neighbor HelpDurham CountyProviding health/grocery errand-ing for high-risk individuals, including elderly, caretakers, immunocompromised, differently-abled, etc. Strictly community volunteer effort.durhamneighborsunited@gmail.comhttps://www.reddit.com/r/bullcity/comments/fhn0x3/pitching_in_to_help_neighbors/
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