Lincoln-Sudbury Mutual Aid stands with Black Lives Matter.
One of the central goals of our network is Centering Racial Justice. We are reaffirming our commitment to anti-racism and we support protesters fighting racial violence.
We are using our platform to provide resources for anti-racist education, activism, and donations, among others. These resources are constantly being updated. If you have more resources to include, please add them to the Anti-Racist Working Document, linked below.
Black Lives Matter. Our network encourages everyone (especially the white members of our community) to Stand up, Speak out, and Educate Yourselves.
Welcome to the Lincoln-Sudbury Mutual Aid Network!
Mutual aid is a way for people to support each other on a person-to-person and community-to-community level.
We've been up and running since March 15, 2020 as a network serving Lincoln and Sudbury and the surrounding community. Mutual Aid is built on the idea that we all have something to offer and we all have something we need, we focus on solidarity, not charity. Especially in times like these when there is heightened uncertainty and stress, coming together as a community to support each other is more important than ever.
We are here to help facilitate community connections between neighbors to provide and receive support. We are also a central location to find resources, learn about the coronavirus and best safety practices, and to explore ways to connect with other mutual aid communities across the country.
On this site you will find information about us as a network and our values and commitments to being as open and honest about the work we do as possible, and itemized resource lists.
We hope you find our website comprehensive, accessible, and easy to navigate.
Not from Lincoln or Sudbury?
Below are links for the Mutual Aid networks in towns adjacent to Lincoln and Sudbury
Framingham Coronavirus Community Outreach • Mutual Aid Lexington, Lexington HelpAroundTown • Mutual Aid Natick • Waltham Mutual Aid Network, Brandeis University Mutual Aid Network • Wayland Neighbors 4 Seniors