A collection of resources to support Black creators & those impacted by COVID 19, powered by REC and our Partners.
In a time of much uncertainty, REC and our Partners are here to support the creative community.
REC Relief has provided funding opportunities to help ensure artists have the necessary resources they need.
As a bridge between the Arts & Business communities, REC is honored to continue supporting artists at this critical time.
GRANTS & MEMBERSHIP GIVEAWAYS
Philly-based tech start-up, GURU, has partnered with REC to provide Micro-grants to local Black creatives who have been financially impacted by COVID-19.
Workhorse Brewing Co. has teamed up with REC to give away a free year of membership & a microgrant to Black members of the community.
Comcast Business has partnered with REC to provide 30 local creatives with a free yearly membership to REC starting in July. Non-members and current REC members are eligible.
WXPN has partnered with REC to distribute $5,250 in micro-grants to Black Musicians from the Philadelphia region.
REC has partnered with GrowthCounsel to distribute $2,000 in micro-grants to Black Creators from the Philadelphia region.
REC has partnered with Indy Hall to provide $200 microgrants with 100+ hours of free consulting on business & entrepreneurship to Black Creators.
REC has partnered with Ballard Spahr to provide microgrants & free memberships at REC to Black Creators.
REC has partnered with Zivtech to provide free memberships at REC to Black Creators.
CREATOR GIVEAWAYS & OPPORTUNITIES
We’ve teamed up with Roland to give away a Zenbeats Ultimate license to a local creative.
SOLID STATE LOGIC
We have teamed up with Solid State Logic to provide free audio plug-in packages to a few people in the community.
We’ve teamed up with Shure to give away two packages of gear to members of the community.
We’ve teamed up with Splice to provide creatives with a way to make money from producing drum racks.
Co-founder & Chief Creative Officer
“We’ve always believed that the role of the artist is to push society forward.
Artists allow us to reflect on the realities we experience, and empower us to imagine a new & different future.
We believe this is needed most right now. REC has partnered with regional businesses to launch a fund to help offset the financial impact of COVID-19 on Black artists, and to support them in creating art to further the movement. We all have a role in this, and at REC we know providing the space and resources for artists to create in is paramount.”