NEO Music Relief Fund Distributes Over $23k To Musicians In Need
NEO Music Relief Fund created by Cleveland Rocks: Past, Present and Future has distributed $23,200 to 56 local musicians and venue workers in need. The nonprofit has received donations and sponsorships of nearly $31,000 to provide immediate Covid-19 emergency relief in the amount of up to $500 grants to those who lost income through cancellations and closures of events.
The nonprofit has received support from 154 donors, which can be viewed at the Cleveland: Past, Present and Future site at https://clevelandrockssupport.org/. The fund states:
“The music community is actively raising money for the NEO Music Relief Fund to help local musicians and music venue workers who suddenly lost their livelihood because of the COVID-19 shutdown. We know what we need to do to stay home and stay healthy, but we’re committed to keeping our music community strong, too.
We know professional musicians and venue workers have few other options when the entertainment industry closes its doors – little or no access to unemployment, few other sources of income, and the prospect of this lasting for months to come. We are working to establish this fund to help the hardest hit in our community survive the current COVID-19 crisis period, and we’re committed to keeping the fund going, so we’re ready for future challenges.”
For more information, to apply or to donate, please visit NEO Music Relief Fund at https://clevelandrockssupport.org/.