Mutual Aid Partners
We are a grassroots based non-profit focused on providing resources and structure to mutual aid projects in Grand Junction and Western Colorado. We assist with volunteers and coordination efforts through education and accessibility to larger social service agencies.
Born from an immediate need to support our community during the 2020 pandemic, our work has become a long term commitment to nurturing sustainable projects that create positive change for all who live here.
Take a few minutes to watch this video and learn more about Mutual Aid Partners!
Special thanks to Richard Crespin for this video
Where to get involved
Why Donate to MAP?
- We are a local grassroots non-profit, formed as a direct result to the pandemic, so 100% of your contributions stay right here in your community and go directly to action driven projects.
- Mutual Aid volunteers have contributed over 15,000 hours to this community, during a time when other organizations shut their doors or limited their services.
- Mutual Aid is a concept, it’s our community’s energy focused on solidarity and on a shared understanding that we all need a little help sometime.
- We’re serving every demographic of this community; from families to war veterans, students to senior citizens, single parents on minimum wage to our unsheltered neighbors.
Volunteer with MAP!
We’re always looking for volunteers with varying skill sets as mutual aid evolves past the pandemic and needs, other than food insecurity, arise. Take a look at our Volunteer page for more information on how you can get involved!