In addition to our community campaigns in honor of patients, we are here as a resource for companies wishing to establish a Compassion Fund to support employees in meeting their uninsured medical expenses.
Debilitating injuries, illnesses and transplants can create significant financial hardships for members of your employee community. While your organization may provide medical insurance and other work/life assistance benefits, employees can greatly benefit from the extra layer of security that an Employee Compassion Fund provides.
Establishment of a Compassion Fund gives your company the opportunity to assist employees who encounter significant medical related expenses that are not covered by insurance, providing additional financial protection in a tax efficient manner.
HelpHOPELive offers the professional expertise needed to create such a fund. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, we have the infrastructure, experience and services needed to help raise and manage the administration and disbursement of funds at a nominal cost. This eliminates the need to dedicate similar internal resources to supporting fund administration from your company.
The result? Your employees will be better protected from the unforeseen challenges that can happen to any of us on any given day. Working together, we can provide your associates with additional financial protection while minimizing the effort and time required to implement a program of a similar nature using internal resources.
Your company will become an important partner in helping the members of your employee family – and their loved ones – heal, live and thrive.
Interested in learning more? Contact [email protected] to learn how you can start a Compassion Fund for your company and offer benefits to pay it forward to your employees for their hard work.
Compassion Fund Testimonials
Second Chance Heart Transplant Support Group
"Second Chance has engaged HelpHOPELive to manage our patient grant process for many years, allowing us to provide financial assistance to hundreds of needy heart transplant patients without having to set up an administrative and legal infrastructure to do so. The process is seamless with hospital social workers referring patients directly to HelpHOPELive while we provide the funding that is managed and distributed on our behalf. Definitely a win-win for all involved with an annual average of $40,000 managed this way for decades of satisfied partnership."
Jim Gleason Second Chance Treasurer heart transplant recipient