The League, together with a number of other national arts organizations, has worked with Congress and federal agencies to ensure that arts organizations in communities affected by disaster have improved access to federal relief.
Congress recognized the public value of performing arts organizations by addressing a significant inequity in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) disaster relief policy. A provision approved by Congress in October, 2006 added nonprofit performing arts facilities to the list of organizations eligible for future FEMA disaster relief assistance.
Plan ahead and have the proper documentation in order - namely, if your orchestra rents a facility, you'll need to show language from your rental agreement that spells out that your orchestra is responsible for repairs. Advanced preparation is essential to navigating a natural disaster and other unexpected emergencies. Find more information below.
HOW YOU CAN HELP MUSICIANS AND ORCHESTRAS AFFECTED BY THE HURRICANES
DISASTER PREPARATION AND RELIEF—GENERAL
UPDATES AND RESOURCES—HURRICANE HARVEY
UPDATES AND RESOURCES—HURRICANE IRMA
UPDATES AND RESOURCES—CALIFORNIA WILDFIRES