The Aftermath of Hurricane Ida

If your arts, history or cultural organization has been affected by the recent storms and flooding caused by Tropical Depression Ida, please contact the NJ Cultural Alliance for Response.

Contact information: Natasha Zaleski, NJ Cultural Alliance for Response, Secretary,

From NJ Volunteer Organizations Active in Disasters (NJVOAD): If you were affected by Hurricane Ida, here are some tips to keep you safe, and kickstart your recovery.

Grant Opportunity:

New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) will provide grants to New Jersey small businesses impacted by severe weather caused by Tropical Storm Ida on Wednesday and early Thursday. The The New Jersey Economic Development Authority has been tasked with creating and administering the program, which will provide short-term, immediate rent/mortgage reimbursement support to New Jersey businesses and non-profits with up to 50 employees that suffered physical damage on September 1st and 2nd, 2021 and any additional flooding immediately thereafter.

Disaster Preparedness Resources:

Performing Arts Readiness Project

NJ Volunteer Organizations Active in Disasters

About NJCAR:


NJCAR’s primary aims are to prevent and mitigate the loss of cultural and historic resources in the event of a disaster and to serve as a statewide resource.

The functions and duties of NJCAR are to engage in the following activities:

Conduct regular steering committee meetings to address pertinent issues regarding emergency preparedness and response.



6/5/19: Disaster Preparedness Workshop

6/10/19: NJCAR Regional Kick off Meeting - Central Jersey


6/12/19: NJCAR Regional Kick off Meeting - North Jersey


6/10/19: NJCAR Regional Kick off Meeting - South Jersey

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