I am raising funds for musicians living and working in the Seattle area who have lost income due to the Coronavirus. Many of these folks are friends and colleagues of mine and I am hoping to help. This fund is meant to help with income lost due to cancelled lessons and other non-performance music work
Enables small businesses who currently have a business relationship with an SBA Express Lender to access up to $25,000 quickly.
The SBA is providing a financial reprieve to small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Borrowers do not need to apply for this assistance. Check out the website for more information.
The Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis Artist Relief Fund awards grants of $500 or $1,000 to working artists who live in St. Louis City or St. Louis County whose immediate creative practices and incomes are being adversely impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.
Emergency relief fund for artists in Kansas City
This fund aims to assist those who are facing guaranteed lost income in the next 90 days (March 18th – June 10th) due to: A. Cancelling your artistic events (think gallery openings, performances, classes) AND/OR B. Receiving cancellation notices for scheduled artistic “gigs.”
Our goal is to provide emergency financial assistance to elderly musicians for medical and living expenses such as: temporary home care services,transportation services to and from doctor’s appointments, health and/or social services such as (but not limited to) dialysis, chemo therapy, radiation, transport to and from grocery/pharmacy stores etc., doctor visits and procedures, emergency services, financial aid for household utilities or other basic living expenses, assistance with burial costs
Platforms Fund has suspended its normal granting program in order to provide $2,000 individual emergency relief grants to local creators. Deadline is rolling.
The Philadelphia Performing Artists’ Emergency Fund was created amid the COVID-19 outbreak to assist performing artists whose income has been impacted by show cancellations, slowing ticket sales, and/or low turnout during this pandemic.
Springboard for the Arts’ Personal Emergency Relief Fund is a resource dedicated to supporting artists in Minnesota who experience career-threatening emergencies. We have expanded the guidelines to include lost income due to the cancellation of a specific, scheduled gig or opportunity (i.e. commissions, performances, contracts) due to Coronavirus/COVID-19 precautionary measures. Artists can request up to $500 to compensate for cancelled work that was scheduled and lost.