We have expanded our Artist Relief Fund!

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Feb. 28, 2023
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The Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) is expanding its relief fund for arts organizations recovering from natural disasters, and is encouraging any affected nonprofit in the United States to apply online on a rolling basis. Its new application portal allows organizations to be considered for relief without being first contacted by the ADAA, a resource they hope those impacted by Hurricane Ian will take advantage of. The ADAA’s Relief Fund was founded in 2012 in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year. Since then, the fund has extended its support to all cultural organizations in the US, distributing grants between $10,000 and $20,000 at the discretion of the board. The purpose of the ADAA Relief Fund is to provide fine art gallery owners and nonprofit arts organizations in the United States with immediate emergency financial support when they have been unable to conduct business due to disaster-related damage in the immediate aftermath of a natural disaster and have limited resources to rebuild. For example, the ADAA anticipates making grants to galleries or organizations who incur dire financial need following structural damage from a natural or manmade disaster or where galleries and organizations demonstrate severe loss or damage to their facilities due to fire, flood, explosion, earthquakes, tornados, tsunamis, acts of terrorism or other similar disasters. Historically, the majority of our discretionary grants have averaged $10,000 each. 
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