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    <p>Resource Directory for Covid-19</p>
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    <p>An A-Z of funding and resources available to those in the creative community, who have been affected by Coronavirus (Covid-19).</p>
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    <p>This information was accurate at the time of writing but please note that some details may be subject to change due to the current situation.</p>
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    <p>We welcome any suggestions, amendments and improvements to these listings. If there is something you think we should include, get in touch.</p>
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    <p>Absnet Architects Benevolent Society</p>
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    <p>The Architects Benevolent Society is dedicated to helping architects, assistants, technologists, technicians, landscape architects – and their families – in times of need. They help people of all ages who have experienced illness, accident, redundancy, unemployment, bereavement or other personal difficulties. Their support ranges from confidential advice to financial assistance.</p>
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    <p>ACAS</p>
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    <p>ACAS work with millions of employers and employees every year to improve workplace relationships. They are an independent public body that receives funding from the government. Includes advice on sick pay, home working, short-time working.</p>
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    <p>Actors Benevolent Fund</p>
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    <p>The ABF is considering applications from professional actors, actresses and stage managers who have contracted Covid-19, or are self-isolating, once the individual has applied for Universal Credit or Employment Support Allowance. They are unable to consider applications from individuals yet to apply for either of these benefits.</p>
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    <p>Arts Marketing Association</p>
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    <p>Advice and resources including running two free webinars, open to members and non-members alike – Preparing Your Crisis Communications Plan and Wellbeing for You & Your Team.</p>
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    <p>Art Fund</p>
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    <p>Specific support for the Art Fund museum network and grant holders on impacts of Covid-19.</p>
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    <p>Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy</p>
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    <p>Free power hour webinars for arts organisations responding to income generation issues.</p>
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    <p>A-N The Artists Information Company</p>
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    <p>Support and advice from across the arts sector, plus wider government and NHS guidance, following the coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak.</p>
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    <p>Arts Council England</p>
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    <p>The latest ACE guidance from government on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak for their funded organisations and projects.</p>
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    <p>Arts Council of Wales</p>
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    <p>The latest ACW guidance from government on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak for their funded organisations and projects.</p>
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    <p>Arts Council of Northern Ireland</p>
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    <p>The latest ACNI guidance from government on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak for their funded organisations and projects.</p>
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    <p>Artsminds</p>
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    <p>A charity supporting performing arts professionals experiencing emotional stress and mental health challenges. ArtsMinds is a collaborative initiative from BAPAM (British Association of Performing Arts Medicine).</p>
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    <p>Bandcamp</p>
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    <p>Supporting artists through the Covid-19 pandemic and waiving revenue share on Friday 20 March.</p>
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    <p>BECTU</p>
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    <p>Specific COVID-19 advice for members, including information for freelancers working in film and TV and workers in theatre, live events and the arts.</p>
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    <p>Breathing Space Scotland</p>
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    <p>Free, confidential phone and web-based service for people in Scotland experiencing low mood, depression or anxiety.</p>
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    <p>0800 83 85 87 (Open 6pm Friday to 6am Monday and 6pm to 2am Monday to Thursday).</p>
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    <p>British Council Arts</p>

    <p>BECTU</p>
    <p>Specific COVID-19 advice for members, including information for freelancers working in film and TV and workers in theatre, live events and the arts.</p>
    <p>Breathing Space Scotland</p>
    <p>Free, confidential phone and web-based service for people in Scotland experiencing low mood, depression or anxiety.</p>
    <p>0800 83 85 87 (Open 6pm Friday to 6am Monday and 6pm to 2am Monday to Thursday).</p>
    <p>British Council Arts</p>
    <p>The British Council Arts Team outline their support during Covid-19 via this Twitter thread.</p>
    <p>Burness Paull</p>
    <p>Coronavirus job retention scheme – Guidance note.</p>
    <p>Business Debt Line</p>
    <p>Business Debtline offer free, impartial and confidential debt advice to small businesses and the self-employed.</p>
    <p>Business Gateway</p>
    <p>Business Gateway is a publicly funded service contributing to the economic wellbeing of Scotland by providing access to free business support services. Here they provide a list of free business resources that may be useful to you at this time.</p>

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    <p>Citizens Advice Bureau</p>
    <p>Read their advice about coronavirus (COVID-19) and what it means for you.</p>
    <p>COVID-19 Freelance Artists Resource</p>
    <p>A list specifically designed to serve freelance artists, and those interested in supporting the independent artist community.</p>
    <p>Covid Culture</p>
    <p>ArtsProfessional is bringing all the latest news and updates on how Covid-19 is affecting the arts and cultural sector.</p>
    <p>Craft Scotland</p>
    <p>A Maker’s Guide to Coronavirus – Craft Scotland have created this guide and list of resources to help prepare your craft business for the months ahead.</p>
    <p>Culture Health and Wellbeing Alliance</p>
    <p>Coronavirus related resources for practitioners and organisations.</p>
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    <p>Dance Fund</p>
    <p>Financial grants to dance professionals of all ages. To be eligible for funding you will need to meet the following requirements:</p>

    • Have three years of professional dance performance, teaching or choreography in the UK
    • Be a practising, former or retired dance professional; or in certain circumstances, be a dependent of a dance professional
    • Be in receipt of all the state benefits you are entitled to at the time of applying
    • Have individual savings of less than £6,000 if of working age, or £16,000 if retired
    • Have no other significant means of support e.g. from a partner or from capital assets

    <p>Doctors of the World</p>
    <p>Coronavirus guidance in a variety of languages.</p>
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    <p>Equity</p>
    <p>General advice relating to coronavirus for Equity members:</p>

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    <p>Federation of Scottish Theatre</p>
    <p>Coronavirus Advice and Guidance for the professional dance, opera and theatre sector in Scotland.</p>
    <p>Film and TV Charity</p>
    <p>The Film and TV Charity offer people a lift when they’re facing personal and career challenges, from illness and injury to unemployment, relationship breakdown and bereavement.</p>
    <p>Findbusinesssupport.com</p>
    <p>Scotland-specific one-stop-online-shop for business support, offering guidance on how to prepare and manage your business for the impact of the coronavirus.</p>
    <p>Freelance artists info</p>
    <p>An enormous list of resources and links supporting freelance artists, and those interested in supporting the independent artist community. This includes, but is not limited to, actors, designers, producers, technicians, stage managers, musicians, composers, choreographers, visual artists, filmmakers, craft artists, teaching artists, dancers, writers & playwrights, photographers.</p>
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    <p>Help Musicians UK</p>
    <p>Many musicians may be fearful of the implications Covid-19 could have on their own health and their performance and teaching commitments, which in turn might have an impact on a range of issues, including finances and mental health.</p>
    <p>To help you gather useful information and find sources of support, you will find information here about:</p>

    • Where to check for the latest advice on Coronavirus
    • How Help Musicians may be able to support you
    • Signposting to other organisations who may be able to offer support and advice.

    <p>HMRC</p>
    <p>HMRC has a set up a phone helpline to support businesses and self-employed people concerned about not being able to pay their tax due to coronavirus.</p>
    <p>0800 0159 559 and or visit the gov.uk website for further information.</p>
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    <p>Incorporated Society of Musicians</p>
    <p>Free legal advice to members.</p>
    <p>Independent Arts Projects</p>
    <p>A useful Scottish digest of advice and support for arts workers.</p>
    <p>Independent Theatre Council</p>
    <p>Information for members but there is publicly available information on their site regarding contracts, cancellations, contingency planning etc.</p>
    <p>IPSE – the Independent Professionals and the Self Employed</p>
    <p>Advice for self-employed, freelancers and clients.</p>
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    <p>Mind</p>
    <p>Advice on coronavirus and your mental wellbeing.</p>
    <p>Money Saving Expert</p>
    <p>This guide providing broad steer on how coronavirus affects your finances – with specific guidance on the self employed.</p>
    <p>Music Minds Matter</p>
    <p>Emotional support, advice and information for anyone in the music business.</p>
    <p>Musicians Union</p>

    <p>Music Venues Trust</p>
    <p>MVT is offering sector support for Grassroots Music Venues (GMVs) to try and sustain them through the impacts of COVID-19.</p>
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    <p>National Benevolent Charity</p>
    <p>Providing help to those in financial need. For over 200 years The National Benevolent Charity has given assistance to people who have fallen into poverty because of sickness, disability, age or another reason.</p>
    <p>National Debtline</p>
    <p>An independent charity providing free debt advice by phone and online to people across the UK.</p>
    <p>NHS</p>
    <p>Covid-19 health information.</p>
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    <p>Outdoor Arts Information, Questions & Advice Forum</p>
    <p>This is an information-sharing group for those working in the Outdoor Arts sector in the UK to post information about matters relating to cancellations, contracts, employment, legislation and share questions, ideas, solutions and other ongoing issues as we move through unprecedented times.</p>
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    <p>PACT</p>
    <p>COVID-19 update for indies in the tv/film/broadcasting sector. Latest production advice from the broadcasters, and remote resources from Pact.</p>
    <p>Precarious Workers – Self Care Checklist </p>
    <p>Self-care checklist for precarious workers.</p>
    <p>PRS Foundation</p>
    <p>Current advice to grantees and applicants.</p>
    <p>Public Health Scotland</p>
    <p>The latest Health information on Coronavirus from Public Health Scotland.</p>
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    <p>Royal Literary Fund</p>
    <p>The Royal Literary Fund is a UK charity that has been helping authors since 1790. It provides grants and pensions to writers in financial difficulty.</p>
    <p>Royal Society of Musicians of Great Britain</p>
    <p>Support for musicians across the UK.</p>
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    <p>SCAN</p>

    <p>Scottish Artists Benevolent Fund</p>
    <p>Information and support for Scottish artists or their dependants who are mainly suffering from old age or ill health.</p>
    <p>Scottish Artists Union</p>
    <p>Advice for artists including information on working patterns, local and international travel and loss of earnings.</p>
    <p>They also have an Impact survey to help Culture Counts to communicate the needs of the sector due to the impact of Covid-19.</p>
    <p>Scottish Government</p>
    <p>Business helpline number: 0300 303 0660</p>
    <p>Monday to Friday, between 8.30am to 5.30pm</p>
    <p>Business support including: Small Business Bonus Scheme, Small business rate relief, Charitable rate relief</p>

    <p>Supports including how to find out which benefits you can claim, Universal Credit, employment and support allowance</p>

    <p>Scottish Music Industry Association </p>
    <p>Advice, support and resources for music business practitioners.</p>
    <p>They are also currently conducting an impact assessment on Scotland’s music industry with regard to Coronavirus.</p>
    <p>Scottish Welfare Fund</p>
    <p>The Scottish Welfare Fund helps families and people in Scotland who are on low incomes through Crisis Grants and Community Care Grants.</p>
    <p>Screen Scotland</p>
    <p>An update on Coronavirus (Covid-19) including the impact on funding.</p>
    <p>SCVO</p>
    <p>Covid-19 Third Sector Information Hub, SCVO members can access free legal advice.</p>
    <p>The Skinny</p>
    <p>Coronavirus: Support for artists and creatives.</p>
    <p>Smallwood Trust</p>
    <p>Women’s Resilience Fund – grants and support for women on low incomes who have specific needs and are struggling to make ends meet or trying to overcome financial problems.</p>
    <p>Society of Authors</p>
    <p>Emergency funding for authors affected by the COVID-19 Coronavirus crisis.</p>
    <p>The Stage</p>
    <p>Coronavirus: breaking news and live updates as the theatre industry responds.</p>
    <p>Step Change</p>
    <p>Debt charity / free debt advice.</p>
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    <p>Talisman Charity</p>
    <p>Reducing UK poverty and hardship.</p>
    <p>Theatre Helpline</p>
    <p>Theatre Helpline: Call 0800 915 4617/email advice@theatrehelpline.org.</p>
    <p>Thorntons</p>
    <p>Information on the UK Government Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.</p>
    <p>Trades House Glasgow</p>
    <p>Trades House of Glasgow offers a number of funds for people living in the City of Glasgow and the surrounding areas who are facing financial hardship or other disadvantages.</p>
    <p>Turn2Us</p>
    <p>Variety of funds listed on their site</p>

    <p>Tutti</p>
    <p>A list of free resources for freelancers struggling in the UK because of COVID-19 and its widespread affects.</p>
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    <p>Unite</p>
    <p>Funding for union members and employees and their immediate dependents.</p>
    <p>UK Finance</p>
    <p>Financial advice to businesses – Banks and other finance providers recognise that the cashflow of small and medium sized businesses may be disrupted by the impact of the coronavirus (Covid-19). The banking and finance industry is committed to supporting viable businesses in continuing to trade while they implement contingency plans.</p>
    <p>UK Government</p>

    <p>UK Music</p>
    <p>Advice following cancellation of SxSW – Following the cancellation of South by South West 2020 due to the coronavirus, the music industry is offering advice to those hit by the decision to cancel the event in Austin, Texas.</p>
    <p>UK Theatre Industry Corona Support</p>
    <p>A group dedicated to the Performing Arts industry to share news, tips, advice or anything helpful to do with the Coronavirus.</p>
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    <p>Virtual Music Directory</p>
    <p>Info on livestreaming, virtual panels etc plus calendar of virtual/livestreamed events that artists and music organizations are hosting in the coming months, as alternatives to major festivals like SXSW that are postponed or cancelled. (Calendar is page 16 onwards).</p>
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    <p>Wellcome Trust</p>
    <p>Coronavirus (COVID-19): information for grant applicants and grant holders. This page has information for anyone applying for one of our research grants, or who holds a Wellcome grant.</p>
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    <p>XpoNorth</p>
    <p>Covid-19 Coronavirus Resources.</p>
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    <p>Zurich</p>
    <p>Organisational resilience information checklist – planning guidance to help mitigate the risk and impact of a pandemic and to manage the response and recovery in the event that a pandemic occurs.</p>

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