Several organizations throughout Nashville and the country are working to offer relief to those affected by last week’s tornado outbreaks across Middle Tennessee.
ACM Lifting Lives, via the Diane Holcomb Emergency Relief Fund, has earmarked $100,000 to respond directly to individuals who have been impacted by the devastating tornadoes that hit the Greater Nashville area. This fund responds quickly to unforeseen, immediate financial/medical/personal needs of members or organizations of the music community who face unexpected hardships.
Those in need of crisis support or Grief Counseling can text 615-323-3191 to be connected to a licensed therapist in your community to schedule an appointment. Therapists are on a first come, first-serve basis. Services and support will be available until May 1, 2020. Up to three sessions per individual will be provided. The number of sessions needed will be determined by the referred therapist based on independent evaluation and assessed needs. All therapists are independent, licensed therapists and are not employed by The Onsite Foundation. The Onsite Foundation is not responsible for the services rendered.
Iron Mountain Incorporated’s Entertainment Services Division, which is skilled in entertainment content and asset preservation, is coordinating a relief effort to help those affected by the recent tornadoes in Nashville and Middle Tennessee.
IMES is offering to conduct free appraisals of media assets, such as audio or video master recordings, that were damaged in the March 3 tornadoes. If these appraisals are used for insurance purposes, once the claims have been processed, IMES can help coordinate and provide any remediation or restoration services necessary in its L.A. and New Jersey studio facilities. Additionally, IMES is offering free storage at its Nashville facility for up to 60 days for studio equipment, musical instruments, or media that have been displaced by the storms, while cleanup takes place.
Also, for anyone who has sustained damage to their fine art, IMES will work with its Crozier Fine Arts division to help access damage and offer advice on insurance claims, restoration, etc. The Crozier Fine Arts division is a storage, logistics and transportation firm for high-value paintings, photographs and other types of art belonging to individual collectors, galleries and art museums.
For further information, or to speak to someone about storage, restoration or insurance claims, contact Brian Towle, IMES Sales Director, NA, and Global Head of Operations, [email protected] or at 908-251-7239.
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