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Austin Creative Worker Relief Grant

AustinTexas.gov The City of Austin Economic Development Department announces a new grant for local creative sector workers that have been financially impacted by the global COVID-19 pandemic. Austin City Council approved Resolution No. 20200604-040 on June 4, 2020 to designate $3.5 million for the Austin Creative Worker Relief Grant. Austin’s individual creatives and industry support staff that have experienced an economic hardship due to COVID-19 may apply for a … Continue reading Austin Creative Worker Relief Grant

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City Providing $1.2 Million In Rental Assistance For Austinites Affected By The Pandemic

Information provided by KUT.org Damita Miller-Shanklin, Writer The City of Austin will begin accepting applications Wednesday for a second round of rent help for people affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Applications open here at 8 a.m., and the city expects to start cutting rent checks the first week of September. “The coronavirus endures, the economy struggles [and] renters are increasingly unable to pay their rent as worries … Continue reading City Providing $1.2 Million In Rental Assistance For Austinites Affected By The Pandemic

The Champions Behind the Central Texas African American Family Support Conference

  Collective Impact is the words I would use to describe the CTAAFSC.The Austin Independent School District has been involved in the conference for many years. I have been involved for the last two years in the planning committee. My perspective is one that has been shaped by the stories I have heard from our students, families, educators and community partners that I have had … Continue reading The Champions Behind the Central Texas African American Family Support Conference