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As a part of our series on relief funding and support, this article will look at the background, eligibility, application materials, allowable use of funds and online resources for the Shuttered Venue Operator Grants program at the SBA.
The $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan for COVID relief includes provisions for new stimulus checks, extended Unemployment benefits, child tax credits, COBRA health insurance coverage, relief to state and local governments, vaccine and testing funds, SBA loan program expansions, youth and education funds, support for arts and culture, and rent assistance.
This post includes updates to job numbers and other economic impact information nationally and locally. The weekly regional economic update is from Zach Silk of Civic Ventures.  You can find more content by the team at Civic Ventures at their blog, Civic Skunkworks.
This post includes updates to job numbers and other economic impact information nationally and locally. The weekly regional economic update is from Zach Silk of Civic Ventures.  You can find more content by the team at Civic Ventures at their blog, Civic Skunkworks.
A brief update about how we are inviting artists and other creatives to reflect on their Coronavirus experience and look forward to set intentions, make predictions and envision a post-COVID world. 
Maintaining your personal financial sustainability during this time depends on your situation. You may use savings, suspend rent, apply for unemployment, take out loans, utilize mutual funds, or other.
With a massive public health issue like COVID-19 increasing the need for care and endangering many people's ability to afford it, it is more important than ever to get enrolled for healthcare coverage.
Beyond cash donations, there are so many ways to support the creative community of our region. This post includes a few places to volunteer your time or otherwise participate in helping out.
You may be wondering what can you do to help. This article collects some suggestions for ways you can share your donations of goods or cash towards helping those within the creative sector.
You may find the term “mutual aid” being used to describe a particular community response or network.  What is mutual aid and where did the term come from?  How does a mutual aid network work and how can you get involved?
There is a LOT of material out there about how to avoid COVID, what the symptoms are and how to get tested. But what should you prepare for in case you or someone you live with catches it?
With the wide and swift spread of COVID continuing, it is vital that we all understand the basic symptoms, as well as when and how to get tested.
Since COVID-19 took hold back in March of 2020, there have been several different orders and/or guidelines issued by various federal, state and local agencies about where and how to move around safely.
COVID-19 spreads primarily person-to-person from respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs, sneezes, talks or breathes. There currently is no vaccine and the best way to prevent illness is to avoid exposure.
Most banks and financial institutions are offering some kind of suspension on payments and fees, reduced interest, or other relief but you have to call and ask. It is worth the time on hold.
Nothing is more concerning than losing access to food and simple household supplies. If you or someone you know is experiencing food insecurity, please do not suffer in silence. Look to these resources for help.
King County began Phase 1 on the "Healthy Washington - Road to Recovery" on January 11, 2020. Continuing to take precautions is crucial to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and allow us to resume normal economic activity.
This article is an overview on the economic impacts of COVID-19 and the Safe Start Washington program that outlines our reopening process.
This article provides an overview of funding for individual artists and workers, and is supplemented by the dynamic resource directory on this site, where you can find many more listings for funding programs and other resources.
This post includes updates to job numbers and other economic impact information nationally and locally. The weekly regional economic update is from Zach Silk of Civic Ventures.  You can find more content by the team at Civic Ventures at their blog, Civic Skunkworks.
This weekly post is our regular synthesis of the statewide and local countywide Public Health data, provided by Will Daugherty of Pacific Science Center.
The economy simply can’t enter a real recovery until we secure a meaningful pandemic response, and the American people can’t be expected to make it through the economic turbulence that is sure to come without a bold stimulus plan.
As the SBA continues working with lenders nationwide on the Paycheck Protection Program, (PPP) small business owners should take note of a few things when it comes to applying for forgiveness.
You’ll find here some of the critical data dashboards that are being used for decision-making, including virus activity, economic activity, education, employment, and more.

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