The J. Happy Delpech Foundation
The J. Happy Delpech Foundation provides grants of up to $250 to artists in the Midwest with AIDS or serious illness. The fund has no website, but can be reached by mail at J. Happy Delpech Foundation, 1579 North Milwaukee, Suite 211, Chicago, IL 60622, or called at 312-342-1359.
Provides financial assistance and supportive counseling to those who work the motion picture entertainment industry (exhibition, distribution and trade services) who are experiencing hardship due to illness, accident or underemployment.
Resources Outside of the Entertainment Industry
ASF offers a variety of services to its clients and their loved ones, including emergency financial assistance.
Alliance for Housing and Healing is a vertically integrated non-profit resulting from the 2009 merger of longstanding service providers Aid for AIDS (AFA) and The Serra Project, which provide essential housing and emergency assistance programs to low-income persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) in Los Angeles County.
AHA offers emergency utilities assistance and emergency medical assistance to assist those living in poverty in rural communities in West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, South Carolina and North Carolina.
Financial relief is provided for British residents of the six New England states and their children, based on need.
Services include emergency financial assistance for rent, utility bills, transportation, food and clothing for families and individuals.
The Utility Assistance Program assists eligible, low-income people in Schuylkill County with their monthly utility bills.
The emergency assistance program provides individuals and families with opportunities to receive basic necessities, including rent and utility assistance.
The FWPA offers financial assistance to any New Yorker who fits their criteria, and who is facing difficulty paying for basic critical needs, such as utility and medical bills, storage fees, or basic furniture such as beds and sofas.
Female U.S. Armed Forces veterans and widows of veterans who live in California may qualify for financial assistance for emergency expenses such as medical expenses, utility bills, and other necessities.
Mad River Valley Community Fund is a non-profit organization established in 1989 to specifically respond to the needs of Mad River Valley residents. The MRV Community Fund has activated a special flood relief fund in the wake of Tropical Storm Irene.
Makes economic relief grants to individuals suffering or in distress as a result of poverty, low income or lack of financial resources.
To help persons who have lost income or incurred unexpected household expenses as a result of a disaster, Modest Needs has a grant program. The application is available online.
The Almoners Program provides monthly allowances to New York-based Scottish people in need, who are infirm, or have pressing monetary requirements.