Today, The Fund provides affordable housing, assisted living, and various other services:
The Lillian Booth Actors Home is a state-of- the-art assisted living and skilled nursing care facility in Englewood, New Jersey, which provides quality health care and supportive services for seniors who dedicated their professional lives to performing arts and entertainment, as well as their immediate family members.
The Dorothy Ross Friedman Residence (formerly The Aurora) is an affordable, supportive housing residence on 57th Street in Manhattan, which provides housing to low-income professionals, seniors and persons living with HIV/AIDS.
The Palm View (a partnership with West Hollywood Community Housing Corporation) provides affordable housing to industry members living with HIV/AIDS in West Hollywood, California.
The Schermerhorn (a partnership with Common Ground Community) opened in 2009. It provides housing for low-income professionals in entertainment and members of the community, as well as formerly homeless individuals with HIV/AIDS or mental health needs. It is located in downtown Brooklyn, New York.
We are proud to present The Actors Fund Podcast Series, offering valuable information based on workshops The Fund offers in our New York and Los Angeles offices. Stay tuned for more to come in the series!