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Adobe Creative Residency Community Fund

• Adobe

• Deadline: Rolling / No Deadline

• Prize: $10,000 Residency Fund

• Eligibility: Whoever impacted by the Invasion of Ukraine

• Entry Fees: Free


Adobe Creative Residency Community Fund

At Adobe, the commitment to enabling "Creativity for All" remains steadfast, as the company endeavors to empower individuals worldwide with the necessary tools, inspiration, and assistance to articulate their narratives. The Adobe Creative Residency Community Fund was established with the aim of providing aid to creators confronting extraordinary hardships. Recognizing the enrichment derived from diverse perspectives, Adobe champions the belief that a more inclusive world emerges through embracing varied viewpoints. In times of uncertainty, creative expression serves as a conduit for learning, resilience, and societal impact. Thus, Adobe is steadfast in its dedication to spearheading this movement, facilitating access to essential resources for creators of diverse backgrounds. The Community Fund operates with a focus on addressing ongoing global challenges that directly affect creators' well-being, with the goal of fostering positive change over time. Flexibility is integral to the Fund's approach, allowing for shifts in focus to address emerging issues as needed.

Since 2022, Adobe has observed with deep concern the unwarranted and violent attacks on Ukraine, resulting in tragic loss of innocent lives. Amidst this unfolding tragedy, Adobe recognizes a moral obligation to assist creators amidst the escalating humanitarian crisis and refugee plight in the region. Consequently, the Community Fund's current endeavors are concentrated on extending support to creators directly impacted by the unjustified invasion of Ukraine. Selected recipients are granted a sum of US$10,000 from the Adobe Creative Residency Community Fund. While recipients maintain full discretion over the utilization of the funds, the primary objective is to provide assistance to those affected by the Ukrainian invasion, enabling them to navigate this period of conflict and sustain themselves and their families. Selection criteria are based on professional portfolio assessment and direct impact assessment stemming from the attacks on Ukraine.


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