Millions of Dollars Are Pouring in to Help New York City Arts Groups. Will It Inspire More?

The NYC COVID-19 Response & Impact Fund will "help social service and arts and cultural organizations struggling to survive the slew of demands and cancellations brought on by the coronavirus outbreak.  The hope, organizers say, is that the [fund] will be just a start. They intend it to serve as a model for similar funds or grants outside New York, to address the unprecedented shutdown of museums, concert halls and other venues and its impact on artists, writers and musicians."

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Millions of dollars are pouring in to help New York City arts groups. Will it inspire more? (Washington Post) - March 20, 2020

Philanthropies pledge $75M to help social services during coronavirus (POLITICO) - March 20, 2020

Michael Bloomberg, Jon Stryker Donate To $75 Million COVID-19 Fund For New York City Nonprofits (Forbes) - March 20, 2020

New York City Funders Collaborate to Support Nonprofits (Barron’s) - March 20, 2020

The New York Arts Scene Is Getting Some Much-Needed Financial Relief (New York Magazine) - March 20, 2020

Philanthropist organizations create NYC COVID-19 Response & Impact Fund to support nonprofits (AM New York) - March 20, 2020

Donors set up $75m fund to help cultural groups and other non-profits in New York City (The Art Newspaper) - March 20, 2020

Philanthropists Have Launched a $75 Million Fund for Nonprofit Arts Organizations Put Under Strain by the Coronavirus (Artnet News) - March 20, 2020

Charitable Organizations Team Up to Launch $75M Fund for New York Nonprofits (Artforum) - March 20, 2020

New York Foundations Create $75 M. Fund to Support Arts Nonprofits and Social Services Impacted by Coronavirus (Art News) - March 20, 2020

NY Community Trust Launches Fund to Aid Nonprofits, Including Theatres (Playbill) - March 20, 2020 

A Growing Group of Foundations Pledge No “Business as Usual” with COVID-19 (Nonprofit Quarterly) - March 20, 2020

Tracking the impact of coronavirus on US cities (Smart Cities Dive) - March 20, 2020

How Philanthropists Are Helping During the Crisis (The New York Times) - March 27, 2020

Nonprofits Built Themselves on a Dream. Their New Mission: Survival. (New York Times) - March 27, 2020 

New York’s Art World Faces The Coronavirus Shutdown (The New Yorker) - March 26, 2020

‘You Can’t Do This By Yourself’: Can US Museums and Artists Survive Covid-19? (Frieze) - March 27, 2020

In a Moment of Crisis, Philanthropy is Showing its Unique Value (Inside Philanthropy) - March 26, 2020

Agent of Impact: Antony Bugg-Levine, Nonprofit Finance Fund (Impact Alpha) - March 27, 2020

Applications Open For $75 Million In NYC COVID Relief (The NonProfit Times) - March 27, 2020

COVID-19 Impact: Where to Find Help (The Network Journal) - March 26, 2020

Privilege in the time of COVID-19: What should “the few” be doing? (Medium) - March 26, 2020

Come reagisce l’economia dell’arte al Covid-19. Report dagli Stati Uniti - How art economics reacts to Covid-19. Report from the United States (Exibart, Italy) - March 26, 2020

疫情肆虐、股市熔断,海外艺术正在自救- As the epidemic rages and stock markets melt down, the overseas art market is helping itself (Artron, China) - March 25, 2020

Estee Lauder Extends Covid-19 Efforts to Production Facilities (V Magazine) - March 25, 2020

Más mascarillas, batas y geles hidroalcohólicos: las marcas de belleza siguen apoyando la lucha contra el coronavirus – More hydroalcoholic masks, gowns and gels: beauty brands continue to support the fight against coronavirus (El Mundo, Spain) - March 27, 2020

Estas marcas de belleza lucharán contra el coronavirus con geles higienizantes y otros productos para combatir la epidemia – These beauty brands will fight coronavirus with sanitizing gels and other products to combat the epidemic (Telva, Spain) - March 27, 2020

The Coronavirus Hasn’t Slowed Classical Music (The New York Times) - March 31, 2020

New York is one of the world’s great cities for the arts — but the damage from the pandemic is proving to be catastrophic (The Washington Post) - March 31, 2020

Remembering the Neediest During the Coronavirus Pandemic (The New York Times) - April 1, 2020

An Anxious Post-Coronavirus Future for the Arts (Bloomberg) - April 1, 2020

Non-Profits Campaign to Provide Masks for NYC Health Workers (The Epoch Times) - March 28, 2020

信託抗疫 發揮社會救助功能 - Trust Anti-epidemic Plays Social Assistance Function (China Times) - March 30, 2020

Art Funds Created in Response to Coronavirus Pandemic (NY1) - April 1, 2020

Please send help: a letter to the Getty Trust (The Art Newspaper) - March 30, 2020

Struggles on the Ground: Nonprofits Face COVID-19 in Unclear Circumstances (Nonprofit Quarterly) - April 1, 2020

“Remake the Model.” Philanthropy and the Arts After Coronavirus (Inside Philanthropy) - March 27, 2020

Banks Started Giving Early on in Response to COVID-19—and the Pledges Keep Coming (Inside Philanthropy) - March 31, 2020

Grants Roundup: Climate-Resilience Projects Receive $43 Million From Coast to Coast (The Chronicle of Philanthropy) - April 1, 2020 

Will The Future Of Art Become Digital?(Lifestyle Asia, Philippines) - March 30, 2020

Faith, Hope and a Whole Lot of Charity (Instore) - March 30, 2020

Impact Finance Bulletin: Funders react to Covid-19, new social impact bonds, and Good Food Fund launches (Pioneer Post) - April 1, 2020)

Wealth For Health: The Biggest Billionaires Giving Generously During COVID-19 (Unreserved) - April 2, 2020

Coronavirus relief efforts: 24 brands are uniting to donate proceeds to Brands for Better initiative (Golf Digest) - April 1, 2020

5 Cosmetic Giants Combating COVID-19 (Global Cosmetic Industry Magazine) - March 27, 2020

The Fashion Brands Supporting Relief Efforts Against COVID-19 (Town & Country) - March 30, 2020

Follow the Data Podcast: How to Help Nonprofits Hit Hard By COVID-19 (Bloomberg Philanthropies) - April 3, 2020

Les musées américains face à la crise du Covid-19 - American museums facing the Covid-19 crisis  (Le Journal des Arts, France) - April 9, 2020

City's art world assesses wreckage of coronavirus—every afternoon, together (Crain’s New York Business) - April 8, 2020

Mira lo que han hecho estos multimillonarios para enfrentar la pandemia del Covid-19 –Check out what these billionaires have done to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic (Forbes Mexico) - April 8, 2020


Donors in the fight against coronavirus. How the world helps (Forbes Portugal) - April 8, 2020

Chain Updates Social Distancing; Charities Donate To Pandemic Battle (The Shelby Report) - April 8, 2020

Black, Ken Griffin Donate to Coronavirus Fight: Donation Tracker (BNN Bloomberg) - April 7, 2020

2020 shopping: Brands that donate to coronavirus relief efforts (NBC News) - April 7, 2020

Foundations Invite Proposals for Rapid-Response Grants (The Chronicle of Philanthropy) - April 6, 2020

Coronavirus Funding for Child Welfare and Family Services (The Chronicle of Social Change) - April 6, 2020

To Support Vulnerable Communities, Foundations and Donors Should Consider Impact Investments (Urban Wire, Urban Institute) - April 6, 2020

Covid-19 Challenge: Available Financial Relief (NoMad, NY) - April 6, 2020

The Show Goes On – Keeping Music Alive In A Pandemic (WQXR-FM, New York Public Radio) - April 4, 2020

Two New Emergency Relief Grants Created to Help Members of the Theater Community (Broadway World) - April 4, 2020

Время филантропии доверия - Time of philanthropy of trust (ASI, Russia) - April 4, 2020

Amazon boss Jeff Bezos donates $100m to more than 200 food banks across America (International Business Times Singapore) - April 4, 2020

Boise’s arts groups feel coronavirus pain. Idaho Shakespeare Festival opening up in air (Idaho Statesman) - April 3, 2020


Patrice Onwuka: In coronavirus crisis, Americans help those in need with charitable donations (FOX News) - April 2, 2020

The Hardest Hit: Who is Supporting Communities of Color During COVID-19? (Inside Philanthropy) - April 2, 2020

How Generous New Yorkers Are Rising to the Coronavirus Challenge (Avenue Magazine) - April 2, 2020

The Getty Trust and Helen Frankenthaler Foundation Will Give $15 Million in Emergency Relief to Ailing Artists and Art Organizations (ArtNet News) - April 2, 2020

US Cultural Sector Mobilizes To Provide Coronavirus Relief to Artists and Institutions (ArtForum) - April 2, 2020

Nearly 30 startups and small businesses that are donating a portion of their profits to coronavirus relief efforts came together to form the Brands x Better coalition — here’s a list of participating brands (Business Insider, Singapore) - April 2, 2020

In a Moment of Crisis, a Test of America’s Billionaire Class (Inside Philanthropy) - April 1, 2020