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Ushering in a new year means revisiting, re-envisioning, and often renewing our collective commitments to the community. With this new year, we look to growing deep relationships, coalition building, and abundance as ways forward, and are g...
Thank you for supporting Bushwick Ayuda Mutua. · Without your contributions, financial or otherwise, we would not have been able to gain all of the community wins we have over these past 18 months! It’s probably been a min...
Hi Everyone!! We want to first thank you all for your generous donations this past year. We recognize that this has been a very difficult time for many of you, so it means a lot to have the support of more than 1800 contrib...
Happy Thursday, Friends! Introducing: BAM Community PartnersIf you’re a business who donated, please fill out this quick survey. Not a Bushwick bus...
BAM Newsletter: BLACK LIVES MATTER
Published on June 7, 2020 by Sara
Hola Bushwick Familia,Bushwick Ayuda Mutua (BAM) admin team here - Fernando Ramos, Maria Herron, Samy Nemir Olivares, Sara Rodas, Kristen Ablamsky, and Anne Guiney.We are sending you so much love. This is a heartbreaking time when so man...
Hi Everyone,We want to first thank you all for your generous donations these past two months. We recognize that this is a very difficult time for many of you, so it means a lot to have the support of more than 400 contri...
We hope this makes you smile.
Published on April 8, 2020 by Kay Ablamsky
You did it! In less than a week YOU have helped us raise over $2,500.All of the money is going to help provide food, medicine, and other essential goods to families in need. We've even helped provide medical wor...
Within 3 weeks, Bushwick Mutual Aid grows to:1.5K Facebook Group members, self-organizing to donate materials, goods, resources to each other and others 35+ Individuals in the community signed up to subsidize meals and g...
Bushwick Mutual Aid was launched in March of 2020 as a response to Coronavirus and it's projected impact on the community's ability to live, work, eat, and thrive.