Mobile Moon Coop members choose a Solidarity Recipient to support through the sales of our Moonboxes.

We used to select an SR every month, but at the end of 2021, we began raising funds for one SR per quarter.

Check out these wonderful organizations doing great work in this world!

This list is currently being updated. We'll add to the archive as we can!




Inspire Love Dream is a project founded by Ayanna Allen aka AMEA. The project is in its beginning phase and aims to launch in July, so this season we look forward to working with them and raising funds to get the project off the ground. 30% of all our proceeds will directly support ILD.

Inspire Love Dream aims to be a community resource that provides multidisciplinary tools to assist with strengthening transferable skill sets. Their approach to education and community is centered in mental wellness and sensory-informed education. Transparent international and national connections allow them to offer resources in person and virtually.




This quarter, the community voted for a local friend as our Solidarity Recipient to support his vision of indigenous sovereignty through local food and native empowerment.


DECEMBER 2021 - MARCH 2022

We are mothers, sisters, fathers, brothers; imperfect humans advocating for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and relatives. We strive to disrupt colonial paradigms and structures of gender oppression by providing education, space for healing, community organizing and interconnection. We amplify the voices of the silenced by empowering indigenous women and suppressed communities. We share their stories to honor those who have been murdered and suffered injustice. We believe justice originates from engaged communities, coming together across the boundaries of indigenous and settler nations alike.

Zaza VanDyke is a poc, trans femme, parent, performer, song writer and artist from Ogden Utah. You can find zaza anywhere she can be loud and proud with an instrument in hand, either playing upright bass for The BackYard Revival or playing guitar and singing her own original music. She’s the girl at every campfire and party, singing and playing acoustic guitar. In fact, you’ll be hard pressed to find Zaza without a guitar close by. Zaza’s greatest inspirations are the people surrounding her in life, who’ve pushed her and supported her music, and her love of the world and atmosphere around her.

Being a single parent and an artist doesn’t leave much room for financial comfort and some of the big changes Zaza is making for her future is not attainable alone and she is fundraising to help cover the cost of HRT and whatever she may need during this transition. 



This month, we're filling our own cup to replenish our stores so that we can continue to support our community into the future--thanks for your love and support!

Lou is a multidisciplinary, visibly disabled, Autistic multimedia artist, producer, and entertainer from a family legacy of clowning, commedia dell'arte, French pantomime, and AfroLatinx folk dancing. Additionally, they have been exploring woodworking, reclaimed "trashy" art, and metallurgy. As a PWD (person with disability) they use their training in movement, classic, Indigenous, and modern dance experience to organize workshops to make movement and movement to music accessible to all. They are also a rather vocal advocate and activist directly supporting or organizing with such groups as Black Lives Matter, OgWai People's Garden, Take Shelter Coalition, and Say No to the Polluting Port.

This generous gift would expand the access to those in their community making dance, spoken work, music, and other forms of physical, visual, and audible art more available.

PEM envisions a new future for energy development, infrastructure investment, and community-centered leadership. They have adopted the guiding principles of Participation, Active Listening, Trainings + Mobilization, Embodiment of Regeneration, and Support for new leaders as the moral foundation of their movement.

The Salt Lake Community Bail Fund posts bail for individuals in need in Salt Lake County. We work against the unjust money bail system that criminalizes poverty and disproportionately harms communities of color by helping to free our neighbors, educate the public, and work toward dismantling these harmful systems. We are committed to ending pre-trial detention in Utah, using the Community Bail Fund as a mechanism to expose the harm caused by money bail.

Uplift connects,

trains, and mobilizes

young people for climate justice.

Ashley Finley is a California native who is currently living in so-called Salt Lake City. She is a lauded birth keeper, a published writer, a keynote speaker, certified yoga instructor, and an educator. She is inspired by the ancestral wisdom of her foremothers, the everlasting beauty of nature, and the vivid imagination of a liberated future for all colonized and marginalized people.
Ashley’s favorite work involves facilitating a sacred space where collaborators can explore what it means to use their unique purpose to begin the work of decolonization and liberation. She believes that all people have the potential to create a more compassionate, inclusive, and creative world where true equity exists for all people. In her work, she strives to empower people to start the “good” work by working to improve their little corner of the world.
The emerging Utah Abortion Fund is the first and only fund in Utah affiliated with the National Network of Abortion Funds.
We are a solidarity project focused on providing financial and practical support, popular education, and grassroots fundraising to strengthen reproductive justice efforts in the Beehive State.

healing land injustice through relationships, education, and tribal conservation

The Ute Land Trust (ULT) was established in 2018 by the Business Committee of the Ute Indian Tribe to assist in the healing of the deep wounds left by the injustice of the violent removal of the Ute Indian Tribe from ancestral lands in Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona. The hope is that ULT will reconnect the people of these lands by engaging with other tribes, federal, state, and local governments to partner in land stewardship and traditional conservation efforts.
Seeding Sovereignty; an Indigenous-led collective, works to radicalize and disrupt colonized spaces through land, body, and food sovereignty work, community building, and cultural preservation. By investing in Indigenous folks and communities of the global majority, we cross the threshold of liberation together. 







Farm-to-Prison (FTP) is a project focused on reproductive justice and food justice at the intersection of childbearing and incarceration.
During recent times, due to facilities being inaccessible, we have shifted focus to building a community apothecary for unhoused and low-resource folks.
We also have an abortion fund for anyone seeking support or services.