South Asian Arts Resiliency Fund

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We are proud to share details on the South Asian Arts Resiliency Fund, an initiative by India Center Foundation and MELA Arts Connect​ to assist US-based South Asian arts workers in the performing arts, film, visual arts, and/or literature, who have been impacted by the economic fallout of COVID-19. 

With your generous support, we can support hundreds of individuals through this fund. 

If you are able to make a tax-deductible donation (no amount is too small) or know of people or organizations that would be willing to contribute, please click the link below and SHARE WIDELY. 

Click here to donate

APRIL 13 or later - Grant applications open

Are you an artist in need? Has COVID-19 hurt your ability to earn an income? We are here for you. The India Center Foundation in partnership with MELA Arts Connect has seeded the South Asian Arts Resiliency Fund designed to cater to arts and arts professionals that have been economically impacted by COVID-19.

Who can apply? Artists from all disciplines: film, music, performing arts, content creation and arts professionals, managers, producers, etc,.! Head to the #linkinbio for the application form!   

Want to help? Head to charity.gofundme.com/artsfund to donate! The fund will continue on a rolling basis, stay tuned to @indiacenterus to meet the artists and applicants along the way! 


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