Support your employees and coworkers when they need it most.
Employee Assistance Funds at the Greater New Orleans Foundation allows organizations to provide help to their employees who may face financial hardship immediately after a natural disaster or an unforeseen personal hardship.
An Employee Assistance Fund, established by a company on behalf of its employees, relies primarily on individual donations from employees and support from the company to fund this program. Every contribution helps, and when combined with the donations of others, can provide a tax-free grant to help meet a fellow employee’s needs when they face the unexpected.
To establish an Employee Assistance Fund, contact Holly Robbins Hermes at email@example.com or 504.620.5264.
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The Commander’s Palace Employee Relief Fund
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The Fidelity Bank Here for Good Employee Assistance Fund
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Greater Together Fund for Racial Equity
The Greater Together Fund for Racial Equity will invest strategically in the ecosystem of nonprofits who are working to move the needle in seemingly intractable systems and who have had demonstrable success. In its first grantmaking cohort, the Greater Together Fund for Racial Equity made large, sustained investments to three nonprofits leading on racial equity whose work has scalable local, regional, and statewide impact.Open Date TBDDue Date TBDRead More