Mission: The actors fund is a nationwide human services organization that helps all professionals in performing arts and entertainment. The fund is a safety net, providing programs and services for those who are in need, crisis or transition.
Programs: Skilled nursing care & assisted living facility: in 1902, the actors fund opened a retirement home for members of the entertainment community. Today, the fund provides 124-beds of assisted living and skilled nursing care at the lillian booth actors home in englewood, new jersey. In 2014, a total of 158 people resided at the lillian booth actors home. In beautiful surroundings, the home provided high quality care for seniors through its 82-bed skilled nursing and 42-room assisted living facility. The home realized 96% occupancy in the skilled nursing facility and 94% in assisted living. (see schedule o).
human services (social services + employment & training + health services): the fund helped 21,993 people through its programs and over 400,000 through its on-line training and information services. These comprehensive programs are designed to meet the critical needs of entertainment professionals throughout their lives. (see schedule o)
housing: affordable, supportive and senior housing is a critical concern for many in the performing arts and entertainment industry. The actors fund works in many ways to help its constituents find and secure housing. (see schedule o)