Many musicians in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico are fighting to recover from Harvey, Irma and Maria. Many AFM members and their families have experienced unprecedented damage—and they need our help. Please donate to the AFM Hurricane Relief Fund. Please see Get Help if you were affected by the 2017 hurricane season.
The AFM Hurricane Relief Fund was established to help AFM musicians and their families who have been affected by the 2017 hurricane season. All proceeds from this special fund will go to AFM members impacted by the recent hurricanes. In times of crisis, it’s more important than ever that we stand together. Please donate today.
If you prefer to send a check, you may send it to:
AFM-Hurricane Relief Fund
American Federation of Musicians
1501 Broadway, Suite 600
New York, NY 10036
Please note, contributions to the AFM Hurricane Relief Fund are not tax-deductible.
AFM Hurricane Relief Fund
AFM has established a special fund to assist musicians impacted by the 2017 hurricane season. AFM members in good standing who reside in areas designated by FEMA as Federal Disaster Areas and were impacted by Harvey, Irma and Maria may apply to the AFM Hurricane Relief Fund for assistance. Download the Hurricane Fund Application here.
Musicians participating in certain Union Plus programs who have been impacted by Harvey, Maria or Irma may be eligible for financial assistance through the Union Plus Disaster Relief Grant program. Please visit the Union Plus Disaster Relief Fund here to learn more about the benefits and eligibility requirements.
The Actors Fund
Musicians affected by Harvey or Irma should contact The Actors Fund for information on emergency financial assistance and other resources.
- For Harvey assistance, please contact The Actors Fund’s Los Angeles office at email@example.com or 323.933.9244, ext. 455.
- For Irma assistance, please contact The Actors Fund’s New York office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.221.7300, ext. 119.
Union musicians affected by Harvey may apply for assistance from the Texas Workers Relief Fund established by the Texas AFL-CIO here.