Whatever the scenario — a sudden disaster strikes your domestic or international community, or an employee faces a personal, financial hardship — is your company ready to help? Do your employees even know you have an assistance program in place? If so, how easy is it for them to apply? Can co-workers employees help by making tax-deductible donations? Is your grant-making process fast, multilingual and tax-free to the recipient? Finally, are you absolutely sure that your employee-assistance program is 100 percent compliant from a tax, legal and regulatory standpoint? If you answered NO to any of these questions, please visit the Emergency Assistance Foundation to learn more.
This page is a resource for individuals looking for help from local community programs. The Emergency Assistance Foundation attempts to provide assistance to everyone impacted by a disaster or personal hardship. Unfortunately, in some cases, individuals do not qualify. For that reason, EAF has prepared this site as a resource for those people. Here, you will find a listing of local community programs which provide services to those in need.
The Emergency Assistance Foundation, Inc. is a 501c(3) charity created to design and operate multiple employer-sponsored disaster relief and employee hardship funds. These funds allow domestic and international employers and employees to help their coworkers in times of crises.
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