I am actively looking for information about grant programs. This is a work in progress. Please check back from more info as I track details about programs down
- The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation are offering grants to individual artists and non-profit organizations that have been severely impacted by Hurricane Sandy. They have pledged a total of $2 million dollars towards this effort.
- NY Foundation for the Arts has put together an informative webpage with info on a lot of grants available to artists and those involved in the arts in many different disciplines (fine arts, music, more.)
- MOMA’s page about art conservancy has a long list of grant opportunities if you scroll down from the link above to see them.
- Grant Station has put together a list of grants and loans available to those individuals and organizations affected by Hurricane Sandy. There is some overlap between their list and mine, so check both to see as many options as possible.
- Foundationcenter.org is compiling an ongoing update of a grants list that shows recipient and beneficiaries of Hurricane Sandy related grants. See list here. Or sign up for their RSS feed.
GRANTS AVAILABLE FOR ANY SANDY AFFECTED AREA
- Modest Needs Fund is offering people affected by Hurricane Sandy up to $1,500 for their needs related to the storm and its after effects. Read more info here.
- National PTA Superstorm Relief has been set up to help schools in the Sandy affected areas. Grants of up to $5,000 will be donated in increments of $500 to PTAs in need. Read more info here.
- Donor’s Choice has set up a Sandy page for teachers or school administrators to set up an account and list their needs for schools affected by Sandy.
- Society of American Archivists is offering grants of up $1,000 for recovery of archival materials damaged or at risk of damage due to Sandy. Info here.
- Autism Cares will give grants up to $1,000 for critical needs to families with an autistic individual. Click here for details.
NEW YORK CITY
- United Way NYC is giving out up to $10,000 recovery grants to support community organizations with 501 c3 status, operating in the hardest hit areas affected by Sandy that work with low income and vulnerable populations
- Partnership for Parks is giving out small grants up to $2,000 to community groups that work in NYC’s public parks.
- Hurricane Sandy NJ Relief Fund was set up by Gov. Christie’s wife. Click here for info about this group.
- Adopt a school program set up for New Jersey schools to be helped directly by a donor school from anywhere in the United States. Read more here.
- Kessler Foundation will give $2,500 – $10,000 grants to New Jersey organizations dedicated to helping people with disabilities that were affected by Sandy.