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Find a mutual aid group​

We have aggregated these mutual aid groups as a public resource. Because these groups are formed in local communities, we cannot verify or vouch for any group or individual offerings. Please exercise all necessary judgment when interacting with community members not previously known to you. See this guide for tips on staying safe. And check out our guide to keeping sensitive information safe while using mutual aid groups.

AARP Fraud Watch Network:
The groups listed on the AARP Community Connections web site are not reviewed or approved by AARP. If you believe that any of these groups may be fraudulent, please contact AARP’s toll-free Fraud Helpline on 877-908-3360.

We extend our thanks to Town Hall Project who have helped provide data on mutual aid groups across the United States.
If you would like to remove your group’s listing, send an email to communityconnections@aarpinnovationlabs.org.


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