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2022 Relief and Recovery Fund for Individuals (United States)

2022 Relief and Recovery Fund for Individuals (United States)


Deadline: 6-Jun-22

The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (CAH) is soliciting applications from qualified individual artists and humanities practitioners for its Fiscal Year 2022 Relief and Recovery Fund (CAH-RRFi) grant program.

CAH releases its CAH-RRF opportunity in recognition of the ongoing support that is needed to help the community reboundand thrive again.

Award amounts to eligible individuals are dependent on the total number of eligible applications received by the published deadline.

These funds will be disbursed through one-time grants with the intention of helping sustain individual artists and humanities practitioners whose projects and livelihoods have been adversely impacted by COVID-19.
Goals
These funds will be disbursed through one-time grants with the intention of helping sustain individual artists and humanities practitioners whose projects and livelihoods have been adversely impacted by COVID-19.

Eligibility Criteria
Eligible applicants must be individual artists or humanities practitioners who are DC residents and whose core work must contribute to the arts and/or humanities landscape of the city.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate that their work has been significantly impacted by COVID-19, and as a result, they have lost income used to sustain themselves and their work.
Artists and humanities practitioners who have begun to recover from the impacts of the pandemic and who are beginning to generate artistic/humanities content, are also encouraged to apply.
Prior to submitting applications, individual applicants must meet all of the following eligibility requirements:
Be legal District of Columbia residents for at least one (1) year prior to the application deadline and must maintain residency during the entire grant period (proof of residency is required).
Be artists, arts professionals and/or humanities practitioners (e.g., presenters, producers and educators), and aged 18 or older.
Have a permanent District of Columbia address, as listed on government issued identification or tax returns. Post office boxes may not be used as a primary address.
If an applicant is a current or previous grantee, they must be in “good standing” with CAH.
Note: an applicant who is a current or previous grantee who has failed to comply with all applicable CAH-related mandates (e.g. failed to submit to CAH required reports related to prior CAH funding), is not in “good standing” with CAH and, accordingly, is ineligible to receive additional funds from CAH in FY 2022).
Must not use fiscal agents.
For more information, visit https://dcarts.dc.gov/node/1597451

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