Is your company prepared to support its employees during a disaster or personal hardship? This article, by YourCause and Antoinette LeCouteur, explores how the corporate community can do even more in the face of disaster.
Following the tumultuous 2017 hurricane season, Charlotte-based online news source QCityMetro.com produced a feature detailing E4E Relief's programs and the critical role we play in helping individuals and families in times of hardship.
The peak month of wildfire season is August, when areas become increasingly dry, hot, and more susceptible to a wildfire. This with the backdrop of COVID-19 presents a truly challenging season. So, what does wildfire season during a pandemic look like?
E4E Relief President & CEO Holly Welch Stubbing and Center for Disaster Philanthropy Vice President Regine Webster offer unique insights on newly released research in disaster philanthropy.
Despite prudent planning and preparation, there are some things no one sees coming. Like a pandemic, of course. Fortunately, as the crises of the last year multiplied, so did the relief funding, and disaster philanthropy experienced marked changes in 2020: dollar amounts ballooned, more funds were allocated toward marginalized communities, and philanthropic funders began thinking about disaster preparedness in new ways.
Learn how an Employee Relief Program can help your company support it’s employees through COVID-19 in this webinar with E4E Relief’s CEO, Holly Welch Stubbing, as well as our partners YourCause and BlackBaud.
We recognize that the concerns regarding Coronavirus pandemic continue to grow and companies are grappling with complex solutions to support their employees. With these 5 tips, we know you'll find something meaningful to you and your organization!
CAF America (Charities Aid Foundation of America), the leader in cross-border giving, has partnered with E4E Relief, the expert in employee relief programs, to provide companies a means to support their employees around the world during times of disaster or hardship.