Open Collective
Open Collective

Chehalis River Mutual Aid Network

We do homeless outreach, advocacy, and distribute mutual aid supplies and food. Follow us @crmutualaidnet.



Transparent and open finances.

Fund disbursement

Divested (fund disbursement)
from Hack Club to Chehalis River Mutual Aid Network
-$599.92 USD
Invoice #199483
Balance transfer
Balance transfer
Today’s balance

--.-- USD

Total raised

$1,510.32 USD

Total disbursed

$1,510.32 USD

Estimated annual budget

$23.57 USD


Let’s get the ball rolling!

News from Chehalis River Mutual Aid Network

Updates on our activities and progress.

Open Collective is shutting down

We are sad to see the end of this project called Open Collective that has been so good to us. We have found a new fiscal sponsor we are excited about called Hack Club and will be transferring all our accounts and finances to them. Thank you...
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Published on April 19, 2024 by crman

Annual Update

Three QuestionsWe have three broad questions we would like you to answer: 1. What did you accomplish during 2023? How did you use money? We used the money to assist multiple people in accessing food, reestablishing their ut...
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Published on December 21, 2023 by crman



What is mutual aid?

A voluntary reciprocal exchange of resources and services for mutual benefit. Mutual aid projects are a form of political participation in which people take responsibility for caring for one another and changing political conditions. Mutual aid has been a factor in the very evolution of our species, it is the human impulse to survive.  

What is Chehalis River Mutual Aid Network?

Chehalis River Mutual Aid Network is a grassroots group of community members in so-called Grays Harbor County, WA engaged in political direct action. We are not a Non-Profit 501c3, a business, or a club. We are normal people who try to organize the vast potential of our community to build the world we want to see, without asking for permission.

Our goal is to create mutual aid projects that meet the needs of the communities and identify affiliate groups in need of amplification, assistance, or support. We also work directly with the community to find needs, gaps in services, and resources in need of distribution. Our main projects are currently centered in food sovereignty and advocacy for the unhoused but we hope to see many diverse projects evolving out of this work. We also network outside the region through affiliated organizations who provide both resources and inspiration for this project.