Sunnyside & Woodside Mutual Aid

Sunnyside & Woodside Mutual Aid (SWMA) is a group of neighbors acting collectively to address community needs and take care of each other.

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Goal

Sustaining Donation

$5,000 USD / month goal

$1,483.65 USD / month raised (30%)

Help make our efforts sustainable with a recurring contribution that we can count on each month in order to provide food, essential supplies, and s... Read more

Starts at

$5 USD / month

+ 54

58 individuals have contributed

One time contribution

One-Time Donation

Make a contribution of any amount to help us provide food, essential supplies, and support directly to our neighbors in Queens.

Starts at

$1 USD

+ 61

64 individuals and 1 organization have contributed

One time contribution

$25 Donation

Make a $25 contribution to help us provide food, essential supplies, and support directly to our neighbors in Queens.

$25 USD

+ 20

24 individuals have contributed

One time contribution

$50 Donation

Make a $50 contribution to help us provide food, essential supplies, and support directly to our neighbors in Queens.

$50 USD

+ 19

23 individuals have contributed

One time contribution

$100 Donation

Make a $100 contribution to help us provide food, essential supplies, and support directly to our neighbors in Queens.

$100 USD

+ 13

16 individuals and 1 organization have contributed

One time contribution

$250 Donation

Make a $250 contribution to help us provide food, essential supplies, and support directly to our neighbors in Queens.

$250 USD

4 individuals have contributed

Sunnyside & Woodside Mutual Aid is all of us

Our contributors 201

Everyone who has supported Sunnyside & Woodside Mutual Aid. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

Karly W.
Admin

Total contributions

$100 USD

Sustaining Donation

Talya
Admin

Total contributions

$60 USD

Sustaining Donation

Ethan
Admin

Total contributions

$40 USD

Sustaining Donation

Nic
Admin

Total contributions

$40 USD

Sustaining Donation

Jackie
Admin

Total contributions

$20 USD

Sustaining Donation

Emma Thadani
Admin

Total contributions

$10 USD

Sustaining Donation

Caralee
Admin
SWMA
Admin
Virginia Hoffman
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$5,000 USD

Britni Jackson
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$2,000 USD

One-Time Donation

Dan Selzer
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$1,050 USD

One-Time Donation

Mike Wildenha...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$500 USD

One-Time Donation

Budget


Transparent and open finances.

Financial contribution to Sunnyside & Woodside Mutual Aid...

from Guest

+$100.00USD
Completed

Financial contribution to Sunnyside & Woodside Mutual Aid...

from Guest

+$25.00USD
Completed

groceries for neighbor

by Vicki

-$61.15USD
Paid
Receipt #31910

Today’s balance

$14,100.68 USD

Estimated annual budget

~ $41,151.12 USD

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Thank you to our first 100 donors! 🙌

Since we launched our fundraising campaign less than a month ago, we have been honored by the response we have seen from our community so far. We want to thank all 100 of our friends, family members, and neighbors who were the first to cont...
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Published on December 24, 2020 by SWMA

About


Sunnyside & Woodside Mutual Aid (SWMA) is a group of neighbors acting collectively to address community needs and take care of each other. We value care and support community-based action outside of existing structures of governments, electoral politics, and charities. We acknowledge and sometimes collaborate with the many existing communities and organizations that call Sunnyside and Woodside home. We strive to embody the spirit of solidarity in everything we do.

Formed in Spring 2020 at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, SWMA began as a response to our neighborhoods’ increasing and urgent need for grocery deliveries, medical deliveries, food relief, and community support. As the months passed, we have continued to seek out and build sustainable models to address needs in our neighborhoods through collective care.