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Kinlani/Flagstaff Mutual Aid


Kinlani/Flagstaff Mutual Aid is a community response to the threat of Covid-19.

Facebook Group:

Donate via paypal:

Contact for tax-deductible donations.

We have organized a hub to coordinate volunteers to collect and distribute necessary resources to those most vulnerable in our community. This group is created for autonomous relief organizing based on the principles of mutual aid, solidarity, and direct action.
To volunteer or to request support, please use this form:

Number: 928-666-0250

Printable neighborhood outreach/pod sheet.
Navajo & Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief:

Kinlani/Flagstaff Mutual Aid is for members of the Flagstaff community to volunteer (including outlying neighborhoods — from Timberline and Doney to Kachina and Mountainaire) to offer skills, resources, supplies, space and time to community members who are most vulnerable among us.

This is also for members of the Kinlani/Flagstaff community to ask for the help they need.
We need to show up for each other. Especially for those who are at great risk (the elderly, the immunocompromised, those with chronic illnesses, the poor, unsheltered folks, undocumented immigrants, those with little or no access to health care).
Instructions for DIY Emergency Handwashing Stations:

Southwest Mutual Aid Resources:

Coronavirus Resource Kit:

Collective Care Is Our Best Weapon against COVID-19
We Have To Take Care of Each Other: Mutual Aid for COVID-19 and Beyond:
Mutual Aid: How to Build a Network in Your Neighborhood:
Mutual Aid Starter Pack:
Neighborhood Pods How-To
Pod Mapping for Mutual Aid