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Envision teammates work together to deliver high-quality healthcare to patients all over the country. In times of disaster and economic uncertainty, we help one another through our Employee Relief Fund (ERF).

The ERF allows the Envision community to unite to help struggling teammates meet their immediate needs through direct financial assistance.

Contributions come directly from our community—company leaders, physicians and center directors, and individual employees who donate generously through every paycheck. 

Our sole focus is to help the women and men we work with every day. Every dollar of every contribution helps an Envision employee. When teammates find themselves struggling due to an event beyond their control, we take care of them. That's our way.  

The average nonprofit organization spends 10% of its revenue on fundraising and 15% on administrative costs – every dollar of every ERF contribution goes to an Envision teammate

During first three months of COVID-19 alone, we received more than 100 requests for assistance and provided grants totaling nearly $90,000

Contributions come directly from our community - corporate leaders, physicians and center directors, and individual employees and from outside donors

Struggling teammates recieve up to $5,000 per qualifying event

100% of contributions to the ERF go directly to teammates in need

The average nonprofit organization spends 10% of its revenue on fundraising and 15% on administrative costs – Envision Healthcare absorbs these costs for the ERF

During first three months of COVID-19 alone, ERF received more than 100 requests for assistance and provided grants totaling nearly $90,000

Contributions to the fund come from our community - corporate leaders, physicians and center directors, and individual employees - as well as gifts from outside donors

Employees in need of financial assistance recieve up to $5,000 per qualifying event

100% of contributions to the ERF goes directly to employees in need

Recipient Stories

Whether it's after a fire, a flood, or tornado—or during a pandemic—at Envision, we take care of one another. During the first three months of the COVID-19 pandemic alone, more than 100 teammates requested assistance. Because of our employees' generosity, the ERF was able to provide nearly $90,000 in grants.

Grants help our teammates pay their mortgage or rent, buy groceries or other necessities, cover costs when an immediate family member passes away, or address health care needs not covered by health insurance.

Here are specific ways our contributions can help:

I had tried everywhere to get help and I kept getting turned down. … Bills kept piling up. I worked to try to get food and assistance from churches and the Salvation Army. That’s when I reached out to the company.

I connected directly to HR and they helped me. It was really helpful at the time. … She asked me if I had food. … I couldn't afford anything. I have a son at home. She was very helpful.

They are helping people in dying need. Especially in these times. Without this program I would not be able to have food. A lot of people are struggling.

A Word From Donors

Employees are able to build ERF resources by making contributions via credit card or payroll deduction. The ERF also accepts donations from outside individuals and organizations. Detailed information about how to give is here.

Our teammates' needs are urgent. Approved grants are disbursed within two business days through an Automated Clearing House (ACH) deposit.

We accept requests on an employee’s behalf from human resources or the local operation’s manager, director, or executive. Know of a teammate who is struggling? Contact us at CharitableFoundation@envisionhealth.com

Envision teammates are eligible for ERF support as soon as they join our community. Grants can help cover expenses incurred during following qualifying events:

  • Uncontrollable loss of income.
  • Emergency/traumatic medical expenses that are not covered by existing insurance or that are the result of not having insurance coverage.
  • Natural disaster, which includes, but is not limited to, wildfire, flood, tornado, hurricane, severe storms, or earthquake, that have damaged or destroyed the employee's primary residence or vehicle.
  • Hospitalization/incapacitation of an employee or an employee's relative, resulting in the employee's inability to work for 7 consecutive days.
  • Catastrophic or extreme circumstances, which include, but are not limited to, fire, explosions, civil unrest, power failures, terrorism, major home damage that could not be prevented, serious crime against the employee (robbery, arson, assault, domestic abuse, extreme vandalism), and health pandemics.
  • Death of employee, spouse/partner, or dependent.

Detailed information about eligibility is here.