In these apocalyptic times, many of us are talking about how we can care for each other outside of hospitals, social services and the medical industrial complex- through making what many call care collectives or care webs. But caring for each other sustainably is more complex than it seems. This workshop is a space to talk about the often feminized and under-respected work of care. We’ll map what allows us to ask for and give care well, and how ableism, racism, capitalism and sexism complicate who feels worthy of care and who is expected to care. We’ll look at some examples of how people create care webs for disability, chronic illness or mental health needs and access some tools we can use to create a sustainable and just care economy. We will dream what abundant care can look like in our lives and communities.