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Tacoma Mutual Aid Collective works in solidarity with Tacoma communities to support resource, knowledge, and skill sharing across our neighborhoods.
The Tacoma Mutual Aid Collective — a two-year-old group made up of volunteer parents, writers, teachers, doctors, carpenters, artists, and more — has been working tirelessly around the clock to protect and help vulnerable community members who need additional support at this time.
The Tacoma Mutual Aid Collective is 100 percent volunteer.
“Our outreach is entirely dependent on the level of community support we have. The reason we have been able to respond so quickly is because we prepared for this ahead of time. This situation is exactly what mutual aid collectives like ours are made for. Our greatest need right now is solidarity.”