The Case for Emergency Financial Relief

Publisher: E4E Relief

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The Case for Emergency Financial Relief

E4E Relief pioneered the concept of emergency financial relief in the weeks after 9/11, to support two large financial institutions looking for a way to provide relief to the families of those lost that tragic day. More than two decades later, we have supported companies and their workforce throughout the most significant disasters and hardships our world has experienced, from Hurricanes Katrina, Maria, Ida and Ian, to Superstorm Sandy and the COVID-19 pandemic. We now serve over 140 companies, including more than 50 in the Fortune 500, and more than 6 million individuals in over 120 countries around the world. This ebook will explain: • Why the need for workforce well-being is rising • The impact of emergency financial relief • Emergency financial relief in action • How to get started