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As we maneuver to address COVID-19, there has and will be a huge economic impact on the arts community, especially individual and teaching artists of color.
Arts Administrators of Color Network has set up the Arts Leaders of Color Emergency Fund which folks can donate directly to in support of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) artists AND administrators (consultants, facilitators, box office staff, seasonal/temporary employees, etc.) who have been financially impacted due to COVID-19. Creatives practicing and teaching their art as well as the administrators who are supporting that art will without a doubt need our financial support to weather this unexpected and uncertain storm.
The current global health crisis is having a severe impact on arts and culture. Performances and productions have been canceled for months, causing many artists to lose economic and social stability.
This fund is set up to collect donations from those of us with the means to help. We intend to support artists, particularly freelance artists, in a small way. Unfortunately we cannot hope to replace artists’ entire fees or lost work, but we wish to provide hope, make a small difference, and show solidarity with colleagues and friends.
During these very tough times, we have heard from hundreds of artists and activists, who are struggling to make ends meet, as events, productions, performances, consultant contracts, commissions, etc. have been cancelled, postponed or eliminated.
The Soze Foundation in parternship with TaskForce and Invisible Hand have launched The Artist + Activist Relief Fund to support artists and activists whose work has been impacted by COVID-19.
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS' COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund is helping entertainment professionals meet coronavirus-related expenses and other challenges brought about by the evolving pandemic.
Your support is providing urgent additional resources for the vital social service programs of The Actors Fund, including emergency financial assistance, health insurance, counseling and the operation of The Friedman Health Center for the Performing Arts.
These services are available to everyone in the performing arts and entertainment industry.
Created by the Drama League to provide direct support to Directors during the COVID-19 Crisis.
The City of New York is seeking licensed healthcare workers to support healthcare facility needs during this challenging time, as well as a safe volunteer response to address the needs of those most affected by COVID-19.
Support for staff members of NoHo Hospitality Group, which includes the waitstaff and bartenders from Joe's Pub and The Library at The Public.
Led by Shawn Escarciga and Nadia Tykulsker, two artists/adminstrators/advocates in NYC raising money to support other artists and freelancers who are taking financial hits as a result of closures and lost income from Covid-19. Their intention is to provide support for low-income, BIPOC, trans/GNC/NB/Queer artists and freelancers whose livelihoods are being effected by this pandemic in NYC.
Many artists with families in our field have experienced sudden unemployment or serious financial crisis and have been reaching out. With no paid leave, no childcare due to closures, and no guarantee of work returning, we're stepping in and stepping up. PAAL is creating an emergency fund for artists with families to apply for support by committing all donations made in the months of March and April with a goal minimum of $5000. We won't reach that alone. See below for a list of ways to help.
The Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund, a national organization founded in 1974, protects and promotes the civil rights of Asian Americans.