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CERF+ Responds to Hurricane Florence

Safety Information, Recovery Resources + Emergency Relief for Artists

The U.S. Coast Guard searched for and rescued many residents from the Hurricane Florence's flood waters -- here in a Lumberton, North Carolina neighborhood.

The U.S. Coast Guard searched for and rescued many residents from the Hurricane Florence’s flood waters — here in a Lumberton, North Carolina neighborhood.

As we continue to hear about the impact of Hurricane Florence, CERF+ is reaching out to artists and arts organizations in affected communities to provide emergency relief and useful recovery resources.

Emergency Relief for Artists

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Are You an Artist Working in a Craft Discipline?

CERF+’s emergency financial relief program, the Craft Emergency Relief Fund, provides $3,000 grant and other assistance to artists working in craft disciplines who are facing a career threatening emergency. CERF+ staff is available during the week from 8:30am-5:00pm EST at 802.229.2306 and info@cerfplus.org to provide counseling and referrals to artists searching for emergency resources.

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Other Emergency Relief Programs for Artists

Disaster Recovery Resources for Artists

If you have had personal or business property damage from this disaster, CERF+’s Studio Protector has tips to help make the recovery go more smoothly.

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Relief Agencies and Relief Funds

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Disaster Clean Up

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Disaster Salvage

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Self Support

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Be Aware

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