Enterprise Employee Crisis Fund Application
Opens Jun 30 2020 12:00 AM (CDT)
Description

The Employee Crisis Assistance Program was designed by the Sanford Health Foundation to support Sanford and Good Samaritan Society employees facing personal financial hardship due to extraordinary and unexpected circumstances.

A crisis is defined as a significant event(s) or radical change of status in a person's life that creates immediate, unforeseen and substantial financial obligation. A crisis may include the inability to meet basic needs such as food, shelter, and clothing.

Multiple requests for assistance may be considered, as determined by the Employee Crisis Committee. However, employees cannot apply for funds for a specific crisis more than once in a 12-month period.

To apply for assistance, click the Apply button and complete the application. If you have questions, contact the Employee Service Center at (877) 949-5678.

FLOODING CRISIS ASSISTANCE DETAILS

The recent flooding throughout South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska and Minnesota meets the definition of a "crisis." To date, we are aware of hundreds of colleagues who have been impacted by recent flooding, with many experiencing extraordinary and heartbreaking damage to their homes and properties. If you are experiencing a financial hardship as a result of recent flooding, the Employee Crisis Assistance Program can provide financial assistance to help meet basic needs as you recover and move forward.

IMMEDIATE NEED

Employees who are in immediate need for food and basic needs can apply for immediate assistance through July 19, 2024.

$500 gift card may be awarded for basic necessities due to flooding like food.

OR

$1,000 gift card may be awarded if employee is displaced from their home to assist with housing and basic necessities.

*One gift card per household

ADDITIONAL NEEDS

Employees with additional needs should include details of their request in their initial application. These additional needs will be reviewed at a later time by the Employee Crisis Committee, and will be communicated back to you via Employee Relations. 

Apply

Enterprise Employee Crisis Fund Application


The Employee Crisis Assistance Program was designed by the Sanford Health Foundation to support Sanford and Good Samaritan Society employees facing personal financial hardship due to extraordinary and unexpected circumstances.

A crisis is defined as a significant event(s) or radical change of status in a person's life that creates immediate, unforeseen and substantial financial obligation. A crisis may include the inability to meet basic needs such as food, shelter, and clothing.

Multiple requests for assistance may be considered, as determined by the Employee Crisis Committee. However, employees cannot apply for funds for a specific crisis more than once in a 12-month period.

To apply for assistance, click the Apply button and complete the application. If you have questions, contact the Employee Service Center at (877) 949-5678.

FLOODING CRISIS ASSISTANCE DETAILS

The recent flooding throughout South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska and Minnesota meets the definition of a "crisis." To date, we are aware of hundreds of colleagues who have been impacted by recent flooding, with many experiencing extraordinary and heartbreaking damage to their homes and properties. If you are experiencing a financial hardship as a result of recent flooding, the Employee Crisis Assistance Program can provide financial assistance to help meet basic needs as you recover and move forward.

IMMEDIATE NEED

Employees who are in immediate need for food and basic needs can apply for immediate assistance through July 19, 2024.

$500 gift card may be awarded for basic necessities due to flooding like food.

OR

$1,000 gift card may be awarded if employee is displaced from their home to assist with housing and basic necessities.

*One gift card per household

ADDITIONAL NEEDS

Employees with additional needs should include details of their request in their initial application. These additional needs will be reviewed at a later time by the Employee Crisis Committee, and will be communicated back to you via Employee Relations. 

Apply
Opens
Jun 30 2020 12:00 AM (CDT)