Disaster Relief resources
This page allows access to organizations that provide resources, medical aid, financial aid, supplies, and much more to artists and communities who have been affected by a natural disasters in California.
Government and volunteer organizations
The California department of forestry and fire protection is an up-to-date informative website on information about wildfires and resources.
Fire management assistance declarations have been made for the woosley, hill, camp fires, creek, klamathon, pawnee, west, holiday, carr, Cranston, Mendocino complex, and holy fires. for up-to-date information and assistance go to their website.
General information about disaster services, health and safety services, and emergency preparation can be a great resource for disaster relief.
FEMA explains what sort of assistance they provide, who qualifies, and other services. on their website, they offer application directions, and allows users to check their status of their application.
Among the Salvation Army's disaster response and recovery programs are counseling and support programs, financial assistance, shelter provision, and the distribution of water, food, furniture, building materials, sanitary, infant and child care products, medicines, bedding and other items for which an immediate need exists.
The California Employment Development Department (EDD) provides a variety of services to individuals and businesses impacted by disasters in California. These range from assistance for those who may have lost a job due to the disaster, to employers who are forced to shut down operations.
the actors fund offers a wide variety of opportunities and resources specifically for people in the entertainment industry.
This Grant program provides interim financial assistance to qualified printmakers, painters, and sculptors whose needs are a result of an unforeseen natural disaster. Each grant is given as one-time assistance for a specific emergency, examples of which are fire, flood, or emergency medical need.
They serve assistance to visual artists, musicians, filmmakers, performance artists, writers, and other individuals who produce significant creative output in any medium.
they offer Emergency assistance to jazz and blues musicians. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (212) 245-3999.
The Joan Mitchell Foundation's Emergency Grant Program is available for visual artists who, due to a natural disaster, has suffered a physical trauma that presents as a limitation to their artistic practice
MusiCares provides needed assistance to any music person. MusiCares' services and resources cover a wide range of financial, medical and personal emergencies, and each case is treated with integrity and confidentiality.
Music Rising is a natural disaster reserve fund for schools that lose musical instruments that cannot be replaced via insurance or FEMA.
Deeply concerned for the welfare of artists affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria, as well as the California wildfires, the Pollock-Krasner Foundation gives grants to artists who have suffered a deep loss via natural disaster and is in need of assistance.
CERF is a go-to resource for artists impacted by emergencies and has tips, tools and information to help you recover. The Craft Emergency Relief Fund provides $3,000 in financial assistance to artists working in craft disciplines who have suffered a recent, career-threatening emergency. To contact CERF+ directly, email email@example.com.
Actors' Equity provides grants through The Actors Fund to current paid members with earnings of three years. The grants are intended to help with living expenses and are given once per 12-month period.
The Lester Petrillo Memorial Fund is for disabled musicians who are in need of assistance.
AGVA members who have completed initiation and paid dues for one year can apply for emergency aid for basic needs or medical expenses.
this fund serves veterans who are involved with the theatrical life and are in need of basic medical needs and resources.
The Layne Staley Fund provides support and treatment funds in the Seattle music industry for heroin recovery.
The Fund provides grants for assistance to R&B recording artists formerly affiliated with Universal Music Group and any of its labels to ensure that artists in need have access to financial resources for health, welfare and medical needs.
People of 55 years or older rooted in the southern musical tradition may apply for a grant for basic life needs and emergency relief
Musicians Foundation helps professional musicians by providing emergency financial assistance in meeting current living, medical and allied expenses. All professional musicians are eligible to apply.
The opry trust fund gives financial aid to any person that is employed full time in the country music industry.
Sweet Relief provides financial assistance to career musicians who are facing illness, disability, or age-related problems