Tuesday, March 17, 2020 - 6:12pm
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Advocacy & Mutual Aid Efforts
|PDX Covid19 Mutual Aid Facebook group
|Local group forming to support community members with free food delivery, support for service workers, rides, etc
|PDX Covid19 Mutual Aid GoFundMe
|Funding for the mutual aid work listed above
|Free Hand Sanitizer from Shine Distillery
|Local Portland distillery is turning their production facility onto a hand sanitizer production factory - and giving it away for free!
|Green Light Project
|Facebook group organizing for mutual aid response for and led by primarily BIPOC, disabled sex workers and their allies.
|Portland street medicine COVID19 Response
|Working on getting critical COVID-19 information and available supplies out to as many unsheltered people as possible.
|Join the team - 3D Printed Face Shields
|Join the volunteer teams printing face shields with 3D printers from home
|Big Door Brigade
|List of mutual aid groups and resources, and info about how to organize
|Donate masks/gloves/gowns to hospitals
|Got gloves/gowns/masks to donate to Oregon hospitals? Here's where/when you can donate in Portland.
|PDX Sex Worker Relief Fund
|mutual aid resource for Sex Workers seeking assistance in things like emergency essentials, small bill payment, etc.
|Help the Portland Service Industry with Tips
|Every time you have a drink during social distancing or prepare your own meal at home, consider tipping a local service industry worker randomly selected for you.
|Service Industry Workers: Get Tips
|If you are a service industry worker impacted by this in or near Portland, fill out this form to be a recipient of the tips in the item above
|Federal Appropriations for COVID-19
|Details on federal appropriations act H.R. 6074 for coronavirus preparedness and response
|Coronavirus: Info for the Unemployed
|United Way Resource Guide for people who are facing unemployment due to COVID-19
|Portland area COVID-19 "Request Support" Form
|Need food? Assistance? PDX Covid19 Mutual aid volunteers are here to help! (At the bottom is a link if you want to offer help)
|Earl Blumenauer's Comprehensive List of Resources in Portland area
|Includes info on food stamps, free lunches, restaurants offering takeout, unemployment info, homeschool resources, entertainment and more
|Comcast "Internet Essentials" for qualifying new, low income customers impacted by COVID
|Comcast offering 2 months free internet to new customers impacted by COVID-19. Lots of qualifications and stipulations in this one. Comcaat could and should do better, but worth listing nonetheless.
|COVID-19 Mutual Aid Resources List
|Commmunity compiled articles and groups for support
|UHaul Offering Discounted free/discounted moving and storage services for students displaced by COVID-19
|Unverified locally, but purportedly available nationwide. Call local branches and cite article for more information/to request services.
|Where to get food
|This is a list of free food sources throughout the state, compiled by the Coalition for a Hunger-Free oregon
|List of all schools offering free 'grab and go' lunches for kids
|This is from the school districts - some have free breakfast and lunch, some have just free lunch. For anyone age 1 - 18
|Offering brown bag lunches for anyone in need (particularly students) every day from every location. In front of store. 7am - 2pm. Grab and go. Honor system.
|Grain & Gristle
|Free lunch for students on free/reduced lunch. Honor system - ask for "school lunch special" and choose from cheeseburger, burger, grilled cheese
|Sugar Street Bakery & Bistro
|Amid COVID-19, they are handing out free, made-to-order meals. They have three hot options and two cold options while supplies and donations last. They have enough for about 1,500 meals and can take orders over the phone or in person to carry out.
|Free lunches for students in need from 12- 2pm every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at the Lovejoy, Broadway and Multnomah locations. Pizza bagels (pepperoni or cheese) with apples and milk or juice. Adults can order pizza bagels for $5 each. You can also call in orders ahead of time and leave a note to add a kids lunch on any delivery orders.
|Oregon Retailers and Restaurants Offering Gift Certificates
|Contact info for retailers and restaurants in Oregon offering gift certificates so you can support local businesses.
|National List of Arts Resources During Covid
|National list of resources compiled by Creative Capital
|Emergency grants for musicians
|One time grants for up to 5k for visual and media artists and choreographers anywhere in US experiencing emergency medical expenses. Not valid for students
|Art and Culture Sector Preparedness
|Informational article and resources from Americans for Arts
|Hovercast Virtual Event License
|Company offering free license to this livestream tools to independent artists and small businesses impact by COVID
|Kaossilator app offered for free
|This app makes the most sense if you're more into looping audio and variety than strict technical realism, but that may be all you need to add some spice to a future hit.
|Moog app offered for free for musicians
|If you're a musician (or fan) whose concerts got scrapped over coronavirus concerns, you'll at least have more tools to produce music when you're at home. To start, Moog has made its Minimoog Model D iOS synth app available for free.
|Short-term emergency financial assistance via Grammys for people with minimum of five years employment in the music industry and six commercially released recordings or videos (singles)
|Freelance Artist Resource List
|National resource list for advocacy, information, and grants for freelance artists
|Live events industry Facebook group
|National group to share about impact and federal relief efforts
|Virtual Music Events Directory
|A living document with informational forward, lists of tools, and calendar of live stream music events
Actions to take
|Endorse an Abolitionist Public Health Agenda
|Petition to Washington Governor Jay Inslee and Department of Corrections
|Relief for Uber/Lyft Drivers Letter
|Open letter and petition to support emergency relief for Uber and Lyft driver community
|Call to action to swiftly ask leadership to support and protect workers FULLY in Washington State
|Entertainment Workers Relief Petition
|Petition to Congress to include displaced entertainment workers in the COVID-19 relief packages
|Petition to Oregon Governor Kate Brown: Suspend rent, mortgage and loan payments
|Petition calling on Oregon Governor Kate Brown to suspend all rent, mortgage and loan payments for the duration of the crisis
|Public Health Factsheets in 11 languages
|Communal Living and COVID19
|Info for housemates trying to figure this out on the fly!
|Corona Virus from Social Justice Lens
|Mutual Aid and Survival Toolkit
|Collection of links and resources organized by Disability Justice Culture Club
|Disabled Preppers Guide to Surviving Quarantine
|Really thorough, thoughtful, informative and practical guide from By Leah Piepzna-Samarasinha email@example.com brownstargirl.org facebook.com/leahlps
|Real Time COVID-19 Case Info
|Real time documented case info globally
|COVID-19: Advice from Hong Kong
|Political literacy and practical tools from the frontlines in China
|Coronavirus Response Guide for Organizers
|Information, tools, and links to resources for community organizing strategies from Bay Rising!
|Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus
|Mental health experts at the Child Mind Institute have published a guide for talking to children about COVID-19. Their advice, available in English and Spanish, reflects the trauma-informed practices that educators are adopting across Oregon.
|Liberation School - Indigenous Struggle
|Curricula, videos, learning activities from a liberatory lens
|Giant List of Ideas for Being Home with Kids
|Extensive collection of quarantine/social distancing friendly activities for kids
|A parent guide to homeschooling during COVID-19
|Sam Chaltain, a partner at the global design collaborative 180 Studio, has published a parent guide to homeschooling during COVID-19.
|Free resources and subscriptions
|List of free resources for remote learning and home schooling due to coronavirus
|Amazing Educational Resources
|Long list of free software/platforms - many of which usually charge fees. All free during COVID19 pandemic
Alternatives to Amazon (local businesses offering delivery or contactless pickup)
|List of restaurants, food carts, wineries, and breweries that are providing their normal or special takeout and delivery options during the COVID-19 pandemic.
|Finnegan's Toys - downtown Portland toystore
|Offering curbside pickup of toys at their downtown Portland location
|Food Fight - vegan grocery
|No contact Pickup only - Saturday to Wednesday
|Bricks & Minifigs - Lego store on NE Sandy
|Contactless pickup and delivery of legos and lego kits
|People's Food Coop
|Open 10 am - 6 pm daily except Thursdays.
|Portland Farmer's Market - PSU
|Open Saturdays 8:30 am - 2 pm. A number of vendors also offering online ordering & contactless pickup
|Portland’s small businesses need our support now. Many are offering specials and discounts. Purchase gift certificates from your favorite businesses today.