Sarah Ginsburg

Organizer, Mutual Aid LA

Organizer for Mutual Aid LA

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The Mutual Aid LA Network provides a central hub where Angelenos looking to help can find the best volunteer opportunity for them.

Mutual Aid LA helps Angelenos plug in — and give back — to their communities

The Mutual Aid LA Network provides a central hub where Angelenos looking to help can find the best volunteer opportunity for them.

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