Why Mutual Aid?
The people of Jefferson County count on each other. JeffCo Mutual Aid is focused on one thing: giving money to people who lost their jobs or are experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 crisis. Many people in our community have been laid off without an understanding of when their jobs – or their paychecks – will return. But we don’t have to wait. We can take care of each other now. Our love is stronger than the systems that fail to support us.
In the words of a Seattle group we’re inspired by: “this is solidarity, not charity”. Our community thrives together. All of us rely on the people who make restaurants, grocery stores, hospitals, bars, galleries, nonprofits, schools, and more run. Without supportive systems, our community hurts. JeffCo Mutual Aid knows that we need systemic change. We also know that we can take steps today to ease the damage Jefferson County will experience from this crisis.
Quick Action Links
People Requesting Funds
People Providing Funds
Submit Request Form for funds up to $150 for a need. Form will include options for how to receive a fund transfer.
If funds are available, funds will be transferred to you by the JeffCo Mutual Aid team.
Go to the JeffCo Mutual Aid Fund and donate in any amount.
JeffCo Mutual Aid team will transfer funds to folks who have requested for a need.
The JeffCo Mutual Aid Fund will start by fulfilling needs up to $150. This cap is to allow more people to benefit from the fund.
Needs will be fulfilled on a first come, first serve basis. At this time, we will not make decisions on priority.
People requesting funds will submit a description of their need and a method for receiving funds.
The emphasis here is not on verification. If you're uncomfortable with that, feel free to get in touch – we're happy to chat.
Finally, we're new to this thing, so please bear with us as we learn on the go. Feedback is welcome and appreciated.