Giving Donations & Receiving Support

In light of COVID-19, we’ve compiled a list of organizations that are making a difference and also those that are providing resources for artists.

Please feel free to send us any other foundations to add to this list at info@theoperadolls.com.

 

The Artist Relief Tree

A relief fund for artists affected by cancellations due to COVID-19

Helpful Resources

a database of other helpful resources, including

 COVID-19 and Freelance Artists Emergency Funding

Artist Relief Tree Donations by The Opera Dolls

Bare Opera 

The Artist Relief Fund was launched help support our artists in need

throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic. 

Bare Opera is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Donations are 100% tax deductible.

Donate to the Artist Relief Fund

Meals4Heroes

Keep New York working!
By donating, you are not only providing a much-needed service to the medical professionals but also keeping New York City's small businesses alive.

Resources for Artists & Educators

Sing For Hope 

 

EMERGENCY FINANCIAL RESOURCES FOR ARTISTS & FREELANCERS

We send our heartfelt support to all artists and freelancers who suddenly find themselves out of work, and provide amassed financial resources from our friends and partners to help our community make it through this difficult time.

CREATIVE EDUCATION RESOURCES FOR PARENTS, STUDENTS, & TEACHERS

Our brave parents and teachers suddenly must find new ways to keep their students engaged. Creativity is as vital as ever. We’re here to help share arts and culture-based educational resources from our friends, partners, and own tools.

AT-HOME ARTISTIC ENGAGEMENT

Arts and culture-based resources from our friends, partners, and own tools

Sing for Hope

 

360 of Opera Resources

Opera from a different angle.
#360ofOpera
by Eugenia Forteza (Founder) & Melanie Spector (Editor).
Stuck at home? Learn something new or keep working on your craft! Below you can find useful information and artists who are offering online lessons in a variety of disciplines. Many cancelations have affected freelancers severely, but the internet is a great tool and we want to help everybody make the most of this unusual situation.