2SLGBTQ+ Mutual Aid Pod
This group was created by Trans, Two spirit and Queer people with support of the SJC in 2020, to organize mutual aid efforts during Snowmaggedon, and beyond.
Our Community Aid Fund can be availed of for help with essentials including but not limited to: food, rent, utilities, gender affirming gear, etc.
Our ability to help with a request depends on how much is in the fund, which fluctuates. We will do our best to help, but may not always be able to, even though we wish we could, because no one deserves to go without necessities.
To request help from the fund, please email us at: email@example.com
The 2SLGBTQ+ or "Queer" pod runs a small Community Aid Fund, hosts events online & in person, and connects community members to each other to build solidarity and facilitate mutual aid.
You can help make a difference by donating to the Community Aid Fund:
If you'd like to support, you can do so, here: donorbox.org/caf2020
Want to get involved in organizing mutual aid efforts with the 2SLGBTQ+ mutual aid pod?
We'd love to have you join us. Reach out via our email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about getting involved, or to request a link for our next zoom meeting.
All welcome! No experience expected :)
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