Our Programs

Building an Employee Relief Program is meaningful and complex. From eligibility requirements, IRS implications, fund sustainability or the day-to-day administration of the program, companies who are interested in providing this type of support may find themselves wishing they had a full department and Subject Matter Expert on hand.

That's what E4E Relief offers. For nearly two decades, we have been dedicated to offering a charitable business solution providing grants on behalf of compassionate companies that wish to support their employees facing global or regional disaster and personal hardships through our employee relief programs.

Our Programs can be created to provide support in the following areas:



Our Catastrophic Disaster Relief Programs respond to large scale events This includes natural disasters, wartime events, pandemics and other government-declared disasters resulting in a large number of employees who are impacted and required to evacuate or quarantine.

Our Personal Disaster Relief extends to the day-to-day disasters that may impact a smaller number of individuals or a single family such as flooding, house fires, or tornadoes.

E4E Relief's unique ability to flex and scale during large disasters allows us to meet the needs of specific disasters and situations so that your employees' needs are met promptly during times of urgency.



Our Hardship Programs address day-to-day unforeseen financial stress due to more personal circumstances. Examples of eligible events include short term illness, domestic violence situations and loss of a spouse or family member.

Considerations When Creating Employee Relief

Have you identified potential funding sources for your relief program?

Do you have leadership buy in for this program?

Are you aware of any potential roadblocks to launching the program?
(i.e., sourcing, contracting, etc).

Do you have a time frame in which you are looking to communicate and launch your program?

Are you providing pay for your employees if they are unable to work related to COVID-19?