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Good news for SF artists! The Guaranteed Income Pilot Program for San Francisco Artists launched this morning, March 25th, and the application process is officially open today, and it closes April 25th. The City is partnering with Yerba Buena Center for the Arts to implement $1,000/month economic relief program for
“…There is no place too far or disaster too great for our chefs to be there with a hot plate of food when it’s needed most. Wherever there’s a fight so hungry people may eat, we will be there – we must be there…. We envisioned an organization that would
Open to both emerging and established visual artists, (that means writers don’t qualify, Stuart). Ahem, there are 10 unrestricted grants for $ 2.5k open right now. The grants are coming from the “Artwork Archive’s Art Business Accelerator” which specializes in helping artists “establish a solid business foundation for their art
Celebrating the 1 Year Anniversary of Quarantine (aka we gotta laugh to keep from crying) This streamed comedy special is a fundraiser to support broke comedians and independent journalism. It’s a sliding scale event. $7, $17, $70…Pick the amount you can afford. The money is going to pay for the
Oasis is in trouble. The legendary SOMA nightclub, which for six years has given Queer performers of all stripes a stage on which to perform, is in danger of closing permanently. The club has been closed for much of the past year due to the pandemic, which means no income.
The nonprofit Tax-Aid is again offering free and safe tax services in 2021 to San Francisco Bay Area residents who earn less than $57,000. And SFHSA is offering $500 Stimulus for Lower-Wage Workers and Families in San Francisco.
Winter in NYC can be brutal for those without shelter. Potential for blizzards and subzero temperatures are all too real for the nearly 80,000 individuals that are currently without homes in New York City alone. Believe New York is looking to clothe as many people as possible. Hot off their