Fire Recovery and Response Grants

Individual Professional Advancement Grants (DEADLINE DECEMBER 14, 2018)

Provides competitive grants to creatives who experienced physical loss or damage to personal property as a result of the 2017 Wildfires, and who are in need of assistance to re-launch their careers or to produce new artwork. This grant application opens on November 2, 2018 and closes on December 14, 2018.  

Creative Sonoma Recovery Fund for Physical Loss (DEADLINE OCTOBER 31, 2018)

Provides quick grants on a rolling basis to Sonoma County individual creatives, arts administrators, and creative businesses and organizations that sustained physical losses and damage as a result of the 2017 Wildfires. These grants have been open since November 1, 2017 and will continue as long as funding is available or until October 31, 2018. 

Creative Sonoma Recovery Fund for Economic Loss

Provides grants to Sonoma County individual creatives, arts administrators, and creative businesses and organizations that sustained economic loss (but not physical loss) as a result of the 2017 Wildfires. The grant application opened February 1, 2018 and closed on April 2, 2018. 

Arts Response Grants for Organizations

This grant is a one-time funding opportunity for nonprofit arts and cultural organizations in Sonoma County to produce creative projects in response to the 2017 Wildfires. The grant application opened February 1, 2018 and closed on April 2, 2018.
 

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Arts and Trauma Teaching Artist Residencies

Creative Sonoma is offering free teaching artist residencies through November 2018 to Sonoma County K-12 public schools who have students, teachers or administrative staff affected by the North Bay 2017 Wildfires, either directly or indirectly. Although free, residencies are granted through an application process on a first-come, first-served basis. The application opened April 23, 2018 and closed on September 24, 2018.
 

If you are interested in other traditional grant programs from Creative Sonoma, please visit Our Grants to learn more. 

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