The Share to Care Fund was designed as an easy way for employees to assist fellow employees and/or their immediate family when they face a hardship.
Assistance is available for certain emergency situations beyond an employee’s control which have caused a financial burden. An emergency is defined as an unforeseen circumstance that calls for immediate action and an urgent need for assistance or relief.
This fund is intended to provide basic necessities and temporary relief to those who encounter sudden financial hardship due to unexpected life events such as natural disaster, major illness or non-work related accidents.
Donations are accepted via PayPal.
Share to Care Fund, L.L.C. provides basic necessities and temporary relief to Employees within the ASC family of companies who encounter sudden financial hardship due to unexpected life events such as natural disaster, major illness or non-work-related accidents.
The Share to Care Fund is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization funded by donations from American Senior Communities employees, employees of ASC affiliated companies and affiliated individuals. The Fund can also accept donations from members of the public.
You can submit your payroll deduction elections via the form found here: Share2Care Employee Contribution Election Form
Employees who sign up for automatic payroll deductions will see their deductions on each pay stub and annual W-2. One-time donations not processed via payroll and community member donors will be provided with an acknowledgement letter near the time of their donation.
Active employees of ASC and affiliated companies with at least three (3) months of continuous regular employment at the time of application. For the purpose of this program, the most recent hire date will be used. An employee meeting the above criteria and separated within the last thirty (30) days due to employees own serious illness or being deceased is also eligible. Full time and part time employees are eligible.
The Share to Care Fund is intended to provide basic necessities and temporary relief to those who encounter sudden financial hardship due to unexpected life events such as natural disaster, major illness or non-work-related accidents.
The independent selection committee will determine the type and amount of the award based on individual needs and funds, goods and/or services available and other criteria set by the committee.
All donations will be included in the Share to Care Fund, which is available to all stakeholders and community members of American Senior Communities affiliated entities (including Home Office, Anew, Eaglecare). This will allow a larger pool of funds to be available to all applicants in their time of need.
For the purpose of this program, immediate family member is defined as legal spouse or legal dependent child up to age 21. Also included are children over 21 if the child is unable to participate in self-sustaining employment due to a disability which existed prior to reaching age 21 and the child receives over half of their support in the current year from the employee.
Grant applications will be reviewed, and the applicant/employee will be notified of the decision within seven (7) business days of the application provided all required documentation has been submitted. The review process will not officially begin until all required documentation has been submitted with the completed application. The applicant/employee may be contacted by the review committee regarding additional questions or additional documentation requests.
Only one request for assistance per family, per year, (rolling twelve (12) month calendar) will be granted in a rolling 365-day period. Employees/dependents may only apply once for assistance per financial hardship.
Share to Care does not request or collect information with respect to the age, gender, or ethnic background of applicants and does not discriminate with respect to an employee’s age, ethnic background, gender, religion, or sexual preference in the awarding of financial assistance. Read More