These self-styled anarchists have organized to provide social support like food, medicine, housing. Importantly, among the beneficiaries of these services are refugees (e.g. from Syria). They have also created communities, complete with child education and weddings.
David Boaz of the Cato Institute comments:
There’s really nothing paradoxical about anarchists setting up institutions and communities outside the state to provide needed goods and services. . . . Anarchists who organize voluntarily to achieve common purposes are just living their philosophy.