Cooperation Long Island is a collective of individuals and organizations empowered to provide mutual aid.
"Mutual aid is just the latest name for the 'we' based social care structures Indigenous people have been practicing since time immemorial." - Four Directions Mutual Aid
“Mutual aid projects are a form of political participation in which people take responsibility for caring for one another and changing political conditions...by building new social relations that are more survivable.” - Big Door Brigade
View or add local resources to our local resource library. Hotlines, events, websites, and more.View
Get involved in our current calls to action. Sign petitions, find a volunteer group, or donate.Act
View our policy priorities for a better Long Island. Check out the work of our Policy Committee.Policy
Do you or someone you know need help? Are you part of an organization that needs volunteers or help?Need Help
Get involved with various organizations and mutual aid groups around Long Island.I Can Help
Add an organization or group that is doing amazing work. Help us connect Long Islanders.I Know A Group
Cooperation Long Island provides outreach, information sharing, direct service, and policy change that both meets immediate needs and responds to structural issues beyond this crisis.
We know that during COVID-19, a lot of folks around are feeling uneasy about the future - we’re not sure what the future holds either.
But as long as folks like yourself support small businesses around the Island, we'll be sure to get through this together.Small Business Offers
Long Island is the colonial name for the Indigenous territory of Paumanauke or Sewanhackey. Here's why that's important.
Roadmap For A People’s Economy