Resource Directory

This directory includes emergency grants, learning opportunities, relief funds, and support services aimed at creative community, artists, and cultural workers. We are continuously updating and adding to this collection of listings, and welcome your input.  

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by Screen Actors Guild - American Federation of Television and Radio Artists
Screen Actors Guild - American Federation of Television and Radio Artists COVID-19 Updates and Resources is a constantly evolving hub for the latest news, resources and updates about COVID-19.
by Washington Health Benefit Exchange
Individuals who have lost health insurance coverage after March 1, 2020 during the public health emergency will have until September 30, 2020 to sign up for coverage through Washington Healthplanfinder.
by Wa-BLOC (Washington Building Leaders of Change)
WA-BLOC providing free hot lunch for students in the Rainier Beach Community every Tuesday/Thursday while schools remain closed!
by U.S. Department of Labor: Wage and Hour Division
Information on The Families First Coronavirus Response Act, Paid Leave Rights, Fair Labor Standards, & more via U.S. Department of Labor.
by Public Health Insider
Resources for the deaf and hard of hearing community to help you stay safe during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. You can also call the National Deaf Hotline: 855-812-1001 (Video Phone).
by Covid19 Mutual Aid - Seattle
Very solid resource list and active document that covers: local mutual aid, organizing toolkits, solidarity events and actions, resources for workers, and more. Visit @covid19mutualaid instagram for latest information.
by WA State Liquor & Cannabis Board
Washington State Guidelines Regarding the Coronavirus and the sale and licensing of these products for employers, businesses owners, and workers during COVID-19 pandemic.
by Office of Economic Development
Up to 10k for small businesses (with physical establishment) experiencing loss of income due to COVID-19. The business owner must have a low/moderate income, smaller than five employees.
by Open Letter to Washington State Political Leaders
Sign petition to halt evictions, prevent utility cut offs, preserve medical benefits, and institute emergency income assistance.
by City Of Seattle Human Services Department
Offers 60% discount on their Seattle City Light bill and a 50% discount on their Seattle Public Utilities bill for income-qualified residential households.

Immediate questions about your health?
King County Public Health Hotline 
206-477-3977

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