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    Mar 26, 2020
    Mar 23, 2020

    Local 887 recommends the Actors Fund, a charitable organization supporting entertainment workers. (IATSE just made a large contribution in anticipation of member needs.) They can offer a wide assortment of services including financial assistance and counseling. Click here to visit their website.

    Tuesday, March 17, 2020

    The IATSE General Executive Board approved $2.5 million in donations to three entertainment charities Tuesday. The funding will go to the Actors Fund, the Motion Picture and Television Fund, and the Actors Fund of Canada. “These charities have been assisting and supporting IATSE members and entertainment industry workers for a very long time. They understand the needs of these workers, and are perfectly situated to act as our partners to help those experiencing hardship caused by the current health crisis.”

    Mar 23, 2020

    King County Creative has published a new online COVID-19 Response Handbook for Creatives in an effort to keep comprehensive, up-to-date public health information circulating through the cultural and creative communities in our region during COVID-19 and beyond.

    This handbook will serve as a central source of information and resources. We know that there are many other similar efforts emerging. We’re not seeking to replace or duplicate those efforts, but to complement and fill-in any industry gaps. We also especially seek to be a primary resource on issues of public health for the creative industry.

    This handbook is for artists and professionals in the artistic community. It contains public health news, information, tips, and resources as the COVID-19 landscape changes through the next several weeks and months. We will be updating it frequently as news and information evolves and changes.

    Mar 26, 2020
    Northwest Folklife is committed to supporting our community’s artists and community groups. Below, you’ll find a list of resources for financial assistance, mutual aid and advocacy, and informational support compiled from community efforts.

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