Find Community Resources

To protect the health of our San José community, MACLA is taking action to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in accordance with the Order issued March 31, 2020  from the County of Santa Clara’s Public Health Department in consultation with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to protect the public’s health.

While this is a difficult decision that has been made with careful consideration, we are postponing our public programs until May 3rd, 2020 (with the possibility to revisit that date as this situation continues to unfold).

The MACLA team has put together a list of resources to help our community get through this difficult time. We have also included volunteer opportunities where you can help support other local organizations at this time.

 

San Jose Food Resources

San Jose Unified School District (https://www.sjusd.org/)
Sacred Heart Community Services (https://sacredheartcs.org/)
Second Harvest Food Bank (https://www.shfb.org/get-food/)

 

Artist Resources

Emergency Funds for Freelancers, Creatives Losing Income During Coronavirus

Additional Wellness Resources

The YMCA of Silicon Valley is offering FREE Virtual Resources for the wellbeing of the community in their COVID-19 Resource Center.

Find healthy activity ideas for all ages including virtual fitness classes and mental health exercises.

MACLA's New Digital Programs

In these times of uncertainty, MACLA will continue to bring the work of contemporary Latinx artists, right to your living room! MACLA is proud to present Stories from La Sala, a series of online videos, performances, artist talks, and so much more, delivered to you daily from our amazing network of local artists and creatives. Follow us on Facebook here to watch online.

Support MACLA

To protect the health of our San José community, MACLA is taking action to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in accordance with the guidelines issued March 5 and March 16 from the County of Santa Clara’s Public Health Department in consultation with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to protect the public’s health.

While this is a difficult decision that has been made with careful consideration, we are postponing our public programs until April 7th, 2020 (with the possibility to revisit that date as this situation continues to unfold). If you would like to contribute to MACLA to help us offset the loss of revenue from our programs and facility rentals, you can support us by donating here.

Thank you for your partnership to keep our employees, our artists, our audiences and our community safe.