COVID-19 has altered daily life for everyone! As individuals, businesses and nonprofits grapple with the economic impact, many funders are stepping up to provide support through microgrants, hardship relief, and loan programs. GrantWatch is working hard to help as many people as possible to find Coronavirus relief funds to help them through these difficult times.
According to a study done by NPR (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health), In Chicago, New York, Los Angles and Houston, at least half of the people surveyed say they have experienced the loss of a job or a reduction in wages or work hours in their household since the start of the coronavirus outbreak.
Substantial proportions of households are reporting that their savings have been significantly depleted as a result of the pandemic and many have fallen behind on housing payments or have had problems paying debts and/or utility bills. As states begin lifting the moratorium on evictions and other financial relief efforts, More and more people are seeking grants.
- Since it’s National Arts and Humanities month, let’s start with this $1000 grant for for Ontario artists in eligible regions for financial assistance during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Funding is intended to support artists who have lost revenue due to the pandemic.
- Michigan residents should apply for this grant to mitigate financial damage caused by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Funding is intended to cover past-due housing costs and utility payments as a result of a temporary job loss, reduction in work hours, and other income hardship caused by the health crisis.
- Researchers and scholars in the USA should apply for this grant that addresses multiple factors contributing to inequality. Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the recent mass protests, funding is intended for research in the context of these crises, which examines economic, political, racial, ethnic, generational, and social inequalities relevant to public policy and social change.
- This $500 micro grant is for Nevada individual artists and nonprofit arts organizations for assistance during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) health crisis. Funding is intended to address the needs of local artists who have been affected by cancellations and disruption of normal operations.
- Teachers and social workers in Indiana should apply for this grant of up to $12,000 to use for projects that will result in renewed enthusiasm, inspiration, and energy in the classroom and in their commitment to teaching.
- Individuals in Texas should apply for this grant of up to $7,500 to assist residents affected by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Funding is available for rental or mortgage, utility, and food assistance. Payment is made directly to landlords, banks, or utility companies.
- Residents of Grants of St. Johns County in Florida, this grant of up to $5,000 is intended to assist residents who have been negatively impacted by the pandemic. Grants may be used to cover expenses such as mortgage or rent, utilities, cellphone bills, and internet bills. Eligible individuals reside in.
- Pennsylvania individuals in eligible locations should apply for this grant of up to $1,250 to assist households with rent and utility.
- Renters in Riverside county in California can apply for funding to provide one-time support in direct rental assistance and to cover between two and three months of past due rent. Get additional details here.
- Grants of up to $2,000 to Washington individuals in eligible locations for urgent financial support during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis. Funding is intended to support individuals who work in the areas of arts and culture, heritage, and historic preservation. Grant funds may be used to help support necessities including housing, utilities, groceries, and childcare.
Many of these grants will expire soon, so apply today. If you are seeking additional grants for individual, you will find over 1,600 of them in the grants for individual category. New grants are added to the site daily, so check back often.
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