May 22, 2020 8:00 am

There’s a grant for that: 6 opportunities available from late May to mid-June, and on a rolling basis

Check out our timeline for COVID-19 impact assistance for mid-sized arts nonprofits Black working artists, gender justice community organizers, trans communities, Indigenous businesses, and more.

Are you a working Black artist who needs some help now? Check our timeline to read about the grant available to you from the Village of Arts and Humanities.

(Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels)

A number of organizations in Philadelphia (and nationally) have stepped up to provide relief to communities impacted by COVID-19  but often overlooked by other funding sources — including. freelance journalists, Black and Indigenous artists, and trans communities who are organizing in response to the COVID-19 crisis.

Six of those funders are highlighted in our timeline below. Scroll to see a description of what each is funding, the grant amounts, and the deadlines for application (when there is a deadline). Plus links to more information.

Before you apply, check out these helpful resources from The Nonprofit Center at La Salle University:

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