Covid-19: Resources for the Creative & Nonprofit Community
For the full slate of COVID-19 Resources, see here.
Here is an ongoing, and quite extensive, compilation of resources for artists in this time, including resources, opportunities, and financial relief options available to artists of all disciplines.
- From Creative Capital, links to emergency and ongoing grant opportunities: https://creative-capital.org/2020/03/13/list-of-arts-resources-during-the-covid-19-outbreak
- From Artist Relief, financial and informational resources, including grants, for artists across the nation can be found here: https://www.artistrelief.org/
- And from our fellow New Yorkers, a comprehensive list that, in addition to financial resources, includes helpful information on quantifying the economic impact of cancelled work, best practices for online teaching and more: https://covid19freelanceartistresource.wordpress.com/
- NYFA has an ongoing list of emergency grants of visual artists across the country. See the list here.
Max’s Kansas City Project provides emergency funding and resources to professionals in the creative arts who live in New York state. Individuals who have made their living through their art form, either professionally or personally, and demonstrate a financial need for medical aid, legal aid, or housing. The maximum grant is $1,000. Details here.
Musicians and industry professionals are eligible for MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund. The Recording Academy® and its affiliated charitable foundation MusiCares® have established the COVID-19 Relief Fund to help people in the music industry affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and its economic impact. From hotel and bar gigs to major music festivals, COVID-19 is deeply impacting live music events, and the creative community behind it all. Details here.
Billboard is also maintaining a state-by-state resource guide of help for music professionals here.
New Music USA has launched the New Music Solidarity Fund to help freelance performers with urgent financial needs following cancellations of their work in this initial phase of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dance/NYC invites metropolitan New York City area freelance dance workers and dance making organizations to submit applications for awards through the Coronavirus Dance Relief Fund. Details here.
Trickle Up is an artists helping artists network. If they can get 10,000 subscribers at $10 a month, then every month we can give $10,000 to 10 different artists affected by the Covid-19 cancellations. Subscription gets you lots of great creative content from some of NYC's best. Details here.
Nonprofit Finance Fund
The NFF has compiled a list with tools and resources for non profits here.