americans for the arts emergency relief fund
Support to Local Arts Service Organizations Affected by Disasters
We are currently accepting contributions for the Americans for the Arts Emergency Relief Fund. We are not accepting applications for distributions at this time. Please continue to check this page, we will provide the appropriate relief applications once the Fund grows to an amount that is able to support them.
The Americans for the Arts Emergency Relief Fund was established in 2005 to provide timely financial assistance to victims of a major disaster for the purpose of helping them rebuild the arts in their community. Relief funds are distributed directly to local arts agencies or other nonprofit arts organizations that provide community-wide services. The funds may be used to assist with each organization's own recovery as well as to provide needed services and funding to local nonprofit arts organizations and individual artists.
Relief funds are generated by Americans for the Arts and the charitable contributions of foundations, corporations, governmental agencies, nonprofit organizations, and individuals from across the country. Contributions to the Americans for the Arts Emergency Relief Fund are tax deductible. One hundred percent of all funds raised will be distributed to local arts service organizations in disaster areas.
For additional questions regarding the Americans for the Arts Emergency Relief Fund, please contact email@example.com.