Sometimes life throws us curveballs when we’re least expecting it. Lucky for us, the Hall For One Emergency Assistance Program was developed to help us get back on our feet.
The Hall For One Emergency Assistance Program is a resource for qualified employees of Brad Hall Companies who have experienced a financial hardship due to a tragedy, disaster, or other extreme life event to apply for grants to help cover basic living expenses. These grants are made possible by your employer, your co-workers, and by yourself! Here’s how it works…
All Brad Hall Company employees can enroll in the Hall For One program. After you’re enrolled, a small amount of your paycheck that you specify is placed in a large pool along with the financial donations of others who are enrolled and contributing to the program. When disaster strikes and those curveballs start coming (natural disasters, serious injury, illness, death of a loved one, etc.), you can apply to receive up to $2,000 in program support within a 3-year time period. Your application will be reviewed by a committee of Brad Hall Companies human resources representatives. The money is paid from the pool that you and others have been contributing to!
Eligibility: You are eligible to apply for assistance if you meet the following conditions:
A qualifying event is:
A natural disaster (flood, earthquake, wildfire, tornado, etc.) that has affected your primary residence;
A serious illness or injury (employee or eligible dependent) that affects your ability to pay for basic living expenses;
A death (employee or eligible family member), when loss of income, funeral expenses, or uninsured medical expenses affect your ability to cover basic living expenses;
Catastrophic or extreme circumstances (fire, robbery, assault, domestic abuse) that affect your ability to cover basic living expenses.
Submitting a grant application does not guarantee support. The maximum program support is $2,000.00 within a three-year time period, provided sufficient funds are available. All approved assistance funds will be sent directly to the employee that requests support. The employee will be responsible to remit payments to the vendors for which the grant was intended.