These groups of local volunteers are connecting those who are able to help with those who need it in new and inspiring ways.
- Davenport Mutual Aid Network:
This is a space meant for mutual aid, where people can take care of each other. We are here to share information, resources, support, & create strategies for taking care of each other in the short term, as well as strengthening our community networks for the long term.
- Davenport Helps
A group gathering resources and offering support to those in need in the community, especially the immunocompromised and those with mobility issues.
- West Neighbourhood House
West Neighbourhood House is coordinating a new Mutual Aid Network in the community and they’re looking for volunteers to help provide almost any kind of help that can be done from a safe physical distance! To get involved, call (416) 532-4828, email [email protected] or visit www.westnh.org/mutualaid to learn more and sign up.
City-wide mutual aid groups:
- Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association ‘Neighbourhood Helper’
Muslim youth offering their services to help Canadians who need assistance with picking up groceries, filling prescriptions and providing overall moral support
https://www.helpingneighbours.com/ or 1.855.435.7811
- KOVAD-19: Toronto Jewish Community Response to COVID-19
A group for sharing and organizing Toronto Jewish Community resources (eg. food, babysitting, etc.) in response to COVID-19
- Care-mongering Toronto - Arts / Live Events Industry
A group, specific to arts workers, for sharing and organizing community in Toronto in response to COVID-19