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OrganizationEligibilityAid offeredHow to apply for aidHow to donate or help
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Philly General Mutual Aid
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Philly Mutual Aid - Neighbors Helping NeighborsPrioritizing those most vulnerable and impacted by COVID-19:
-immunocomprimised/sick
-elderly
-disabled
-undocumented
-single parents
-queer
-Black, Indigenous, and/or people of color
-those quarantined without pay
-those limited in work
Looking to help with:
-groceries (paying for and/or picking up)
-medications (paying for and/or picking up)
-providing cash (up to $50)
Fill out form hereFill out form here
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Mutual Aid Philly Focused on disabled, chronically ill, and undocumented individuals in South Philly and Center City (possibly expanding)-Grocery, prescription, and pet items pick-up and delivery
-Direct cash support (up to $100)
-Emotional support
-Cleaning supplies, prepared meals, transportation, and other needs as we are able
Apply hereDonate directly on venmo @mutualaidphl

Offer help here
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COVID-19 Mutual Aid Fund for LGBTQI+ BIPOC folksGoFundMe focusing on LGBTQI+, non-binary, gender fluid, and gender non-conforming people of color$100 assistance, more later depending on how much donatedClosed at this timeDonate here
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COVID19 Relief: Support Unity & Survival ProgramFocus on:
-elders
-those with chronic illnesses
-higher risk people

*Kensington*
Coordinating pickup and delivery services for neighbors
Money will go towards buying food, supplies, and any other expenses
Email at philly@pslweb.org
Facebook Message: fb.com/pslphilly
Instagram Message: @phillyliberationcenter
Donate here
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COVID-19 Trans/Queer Relief Form *Inactive as of 4/30/2020Queer/Trans to provide or receive funds/helpFunds and suppliesApply hereDonate or offer help here
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Bread and Roses Solidarity Fund for COVID-19 OrganizingPriority to those new or existing groups directly organizing around COVID-19 issues and established groups that need fudning to keep organizing in light of the crisis

Groups that are:
-Located in Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, or Camden counties
-Designated as a 501(c)3 organization by the IRS, have a fiscal sponsor that is designated as a 501(c)3 organization, OR be an association or group whose work meets the definition of charitable purposes as defined by the IRS. See question below that starts “Our group formed in the last few months…” for definitions.
-Using community organizing to create sustainable social change
Emergency grants of up to $10,000 for grassroots community organizing groupsApply hereDonate here
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Broad Street MinistryThose who need servicesMail services, lunch services, personal care bagsCome to Broad Street Ministry:
Mail Services M-F 11:30 am - 2 pm
Lunch to-go M-F 11:30 am - 1 pm
Personal care bags handed out Wednesdays 11:30 am - 1 pm
Find ways to support here
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Project HOMEThose experiencing homelessness and povertyFood pantry and suppliesPhone: 215-232-7272
Email: info@projecthome.org
See ways to give here
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Project HOME's Grocery LifelineThose connected to Project HOME Grocery deliveriesContact Samantha Blatt at samanthablatt@projecthome.org Sponsor someone here
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Philly Thrive + Young ChancesOlder community members and those with immune disseases in South PhiladelphiaDrop off boxes of food and hot mealsRegister at youngchancesfoundation@gmail.com or text "delivery" with name, address, and phone number to 267-585-2923Donate here
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Philly Thrive's Community Care ProgramOlder community members and those with immune disseases in South PhiladelphiaPhilly Thrive's Community Care program includes:
-Hot meal and grocery drop off (see above)
-Laundry
-Prescription Pickups
-Check-in Calls
-Grief Support Teams
-Fun Online Activities
Philly Thrive Community Care:
To receive and/or provide:
-Food boxes: call 215-866-6663
-Laundry: call 919-985-4855
-Check-in Calls: call 267-231-9043
-Prescription Pickups: call 513-238-3006
Call Rachel at 571-276-1737 to chat about resourcing the movement
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Share Food ProgramHomebound seniors, families facing food shortages, low-income seniors

-Calls to local food cupboards and homebound seniors
-Deliver food packages to homebound seniors
-Share Care packages of foods for families facing food shortages
-Senior Food Pacakges
Email at https://sharefoodprogram.org/contact-usDonate here

Sign up to volunteer here
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Kidz Meals on WheelsMeals offered to children in needProvide children with nutritious meals through delivery serviceApply hereDonate here
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Philly Food RescueRescue excess or leftover food and drop off where needed to organizations that serve those in needGet involved by donating food, receiving food, or volunteering
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North Philadelphia Food Not BombsDistributing fresh hot and vegan mealsContact at npfnb@yahoo.comDonate here
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South Philadelphia Food Not BombsFree vegan mealsContact at sophillyfnb@gmail.com
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West Philly Food Not BombsFree vegan mealsContact at westphillyfnb@googlegroups.com
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One Extra BagHomebound patients in West Philly unable to access food banks and other resources. Weekly deliveries of food to homebound, food insecure patients and families
Qualifying participants get food for free.
Participants receive case management services as well and weekly calls
through Penn medicine, patients onlySign up here (Penn Students only)

Donate here
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FishadelphiaThose in need of grocery delivery supportGrocery delivery and similar supportEmail fishadelphia.csf@gmail.comDonate here
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Anthracite Unite COVID Support fundThose who need helpAnthraciteUniteMutualAid@gmail.comDonate here
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A Black Family LiberatesGoFundMe for family with heavy moving costs following unfair evictionFor this family onlyN/ADonate here
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Poor People's ArmyFood and supplies (?)TEXT 215-869-4753 or EMAIL poorpeoplesarmy@gmail.comDonate here
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Build Up Stay UpProgram aims to decrease housing insecurities among youth ages 18-21 in danger of becoming homeless or are homeless and have aged out of foster care, and to provide transitional housing that includes programming aimed to enhance life skills that lead to housing security and self-sufficiency.Donate here
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Philly Worker-Specific Funds
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Service Worker Mutual Aid FundService workers/sex workersAssistanceDonate here
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Feminist Flea - COVID-19 SupportIndependent artistsAdd needs hereAdd supports here
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Philly Restaurant Server Relief Fund *Closed as of 4/30/2020Restaurant servers in PhillyDonations sent directly to serversApplications currently closedDonate here
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Philadelphia Food Service Relief FundFood service workersCash assistanceApply hereDonate here
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Philadelphia Virtual Tip JarPhilly service industry workersCash assistanceApply hereDonate on venmo here
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Philadelphia Performing Artists' Emergency FundPerforming artists (cabaret, drag, burlesque, theater, or other performing artists) whose income has been impacted by show cancellations, slowing ticket sales, and/or low turnoutFunds - max of $250 each (for specific, quantifiable assistance)Apply hereDonate here
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Philadelphia Writers Emergency Fund-Writers
-Independent booksellers
-Those who work at independent presses

-Must be in greater Philadelphia area
-Eligible if affected by cancellation or postponement of author events, conference presentations, or speaking engagements
-Eligible if pay or work schedule has been disrupted
Check in mail (13-16 days after application)Apply hereDonate here
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Queer Writers of Color Relief FundFund for queer writers of color (not orgs) who are in need of financial assistance.
Priority to queer trans women of color and queer disabled people of color
Cash assistance from $100-$500Apply hereDonate here
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Philly Protective Equipment
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Philly Mask Crusaders PPE Mutual Aid *Inaccessible 4/30/2020Those looking for personal protective equipmentPersonal Protective Equipment - masks, gloves, gowns, eye protection, shoe covers, isopropyl acohol, hand sanitizerClaim items you need hereSign up for items you can donate here
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National General Assistance
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Expensify.org Hunger programThose in SNAP benefits programExpensify.org will reimburse up to $50 for essential goods and groceries purchased on SNAP cardInstructions hereDonate here
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One Fair Wage Emergency FundRestaurant workers, car service drivers, delivery workers, personal service workers, and other service and tipped workers whose income is impacted by coronavirusFree cash assistanceApply hereDonate here
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National Worker-Specific Funds
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Bartender Emergency Assistance ProgramEligibility:
1. Be a Bartender or the spouse or child of a Bartender. Bartender must have been employed as a bartender, full or part time, for at least one year.
2. Experience a catastrophic event or emergency hardship (see application for details)
3. Lack the necessities of life, including financial, physical, mental, or emotional well being as a result of the catastrophic event or emergency hardship.
4. Provide tangible documentation of the catastrophic event or emergency hardship.
GrantApply hereDonate here
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Arts and Culture Leaders of Color Emergency FundFund for US-based BIPOC artists and administrators. Intended to help those pursuing careers as artists and arts administrators whose income has been directly impacted by COVID-19, and who self-identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color)$200 per person
First come, first served
Fill out form hereDonate here
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Behind the Scenes GrantEligible if:
-Have been hospitalized with COVID-19 and is in financial need
OR Seriously ill or injured
-Major source of income for at least five years is entertainment technology industry (directly involved with production: behind the scenes in any performance venue, behind the camera, or on the road) and those working at companies directly involved in supplying entertainment technology products and services
GrantApply for a grantDonate here
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Actors FundProvide emergency financial assistance to those with immediate financial needs.
Eligible if:
-Unable to pay basic living expenses (food/housing/health care) over next two months
-Member of appropriate union/theater employee/at least five years recent entertainment industry employment
Financial assistance
(requires proof of bills and union membership/job/etc)
Apply here
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Recording Academy MusiCaresEligible if:
-Music industry professional (at least 3 years) and/or
-6 commercially released recordings (singles) or commercially/promotionally released music videos
-Need assistance to compensate for cancelled work that was scheduled and lost
Up to $1000 grant
(requires proof of music industry background, cancellations and bookings and copy of lease/mortgage)
Apply hereDonate here
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COVID-19 Freelance Artist ResourcesBig list of emergency funds for artistsGeneral list of resources open to any artist
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The Creator FundCreators with medical, childcare, housing, grocery needs$500 per applicantApply hereOnly looking for company donations
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Equal Sound Corona Relief FundDirect financial assistance to musicians who have lost work due to Corona-related event cancellations$500 per gig
(requires W9, request amount up to $500, evidence that gig was cancelled)
Apply hereDonate here
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Emergency Grant for CuratorsAvailable to:
-curators who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the U.S. or U.S. territories
-committed performance or exhibition opportunities
-curators and art historians with track record of producing scholarly curatorial projects
One time grant up to $5,000 for unexpected emergencies related to COVID-19See "How to Apply"N/A
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Format Photographers FundAvailable to self-employed photographers who are facing financial hardshipsFinancial assistance up to $500Apply hereEmail photographerfund@format.com
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