JWF Musicians’ Emergency Healthcare Fund is a way for individual musicians, or members of their families, when faced with a medical crisis or emergency, to receive financial assistance through 100% Tax Deductible Donations that friends, family, and fans make to the Jeremy Wilson Foundation towards the individual Artist Relief Fund they wish to support. We are an All-Volunteer organization who are passionate about supporting the hard working musicians of Oregon & Clark County, WA since 2010!
- All donations are 100% Tax Deductible*
- The artist works with our Licensed Social Worker to immediately identify any additional state/national aid or programs that may be available to recipients.
- We launch a unique Artist Relief Fund (“Artist Name” Relief Fund) campaign webpage shortly after application approval to take donations and tell the applicants story.
- We set-up vital fundraising capability online and offer major support at specified Artist Relief Fundraising events.
What We Do
JWF collects donations online, at special events and through the mail for the JWF Musicians Emergency Healthcare Fund. We send 100% Tax Deductible* receipts to the contributing donors. JWF then grants funds to applicants for living assistance by paying bills, doctor and hospital, or otherwise, directly from the JWF Musicians Emergency Healthcare Fund.
Q: WHAT IS THE JWF MUSICIANS EMERGENCY HEALTHCARE FUND?
A: The JWF Musicians Healthcare Fund is an online and live event fundraising service for musicians in need of assistance due to a medical emergency.
Q: WHO CAN APPLY?
A: If you are a musician or music industry professional (or semi-professional) who lives in Oregon or Clark County, WA and are in need of assistance due to a current or recent medical emergency. You can apply for our services for yourself or any dependents in your family.
Q: HOW DO I APPLY?
A: Easily apply for financial assistance online APPLY NOW.
Q: WHAT HAPPENS ONCE MY APPLICATION IS APPROVED?
A: First, you are put in contact with our social worker who can work directly with you to guide you through our process. They will also help you identify other state and federal aid you may be eligible for. The JWF will also create a personal page for you on our website, including your music bio, a photo of you, and a description of your medical emergency. There, your friends, family, and fans can make 100% tax-deductible donations to the The Jeremy Wilson Foundation. We mail or email them a receipt, whichever they prefer. In addition, The JWF can assist in the production of benefit concerts or fundraising events that draws attention to your situation and raises funds for the JWF Musicians Emergency Healthcare Fund that benefits your Artist Relief Fund.
Q: WHAT IS THE APPROPRIATE USE OF MY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE?
A: Financial assistance includes paying medical bills and living expenses on your behalf during your emergency and recovery period as determined by your approved application.
Statement of Non-Discrimination
The Jeremy Wilson Foundation does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, age, national origin or ancestry, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status when evaluating applications for funding.
*The Jeremy Wilson Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in the U.S. For U.S. citizens, in general 100% of the donations toward JWF programs, such as the JWF Musicians Emergency Healthcare Fund are deductible for federal income tax purposes. Charitable donations can reduce the taxable income and lower the tax bill of the person who has made the donation—including sponsors if a volunteer is fundraising. Not everyone will be able to deduct their charitable contributions, however. You will need to itemize your tax deductions in order to claim any charitable donation.
PLEASE NOTE: Contributions made to JWF Musicians Emergency Healthcare Fund are made with the understanding that the Jeremy Wilson Foundation has complete control and administration over the use of said contributions and donated funds.