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Late on Wednesday, March 25, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed (96-0) the third phase of the coronavirus (COVID-19) response relief package. The $2 trillion emergency stimulus package included important provisions supporting the arts sector and creative workforce.
The Culture Connections Coalition Artists Relief Fund prioritizes grants for artists from historically disadvantaged communities.
In previous articles, I’ve focused on how business in general and CSR professionals, in particular, can help step up in the age of coronavirus. In this article, I’d like to explore ways in which the marketing, media and advertising industries in particular can help solve problems in these turbulent times.
A new $75-million NYC COVID-19 Response & Impact Fund will provide no-interest loans to human services and arts and culture nonprofits in New York City as they face unprecedented challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic. Applications open today (March 23).
So far, it’s only targeted for New York City, but Friday morning a group of foundations announced a $75 million fund to help social service and arts and cultural organizations struggling to survive the slew of demands and cancellations brought on by the coronavirus outbreak.
In 2008, a California nonprofit organization ran a multiplayer online game they titled “Superstruct.”