SRC Establishes Employee Emergency Assistance Fund


At SRC, we win or lose as a team, but this personal connection does not stop at the balance sheet. Upon the establishment of the SRC Employee Emergency Assistance Fund, our associates now have the opportunity to support each other in times of crisis.

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The self-sustaining fund is a means of financial assistance for associates in times of natural disasters, emergency travel and medical and personal hardships. The fund, managed by the Community Foundation of the Ozarks, Inc. (CFO), is currently in the one-year trial stage to test its sustainability and success. 

Through the program, associates may give to the fund either through payroll or one-time donations. Upon needing emergency assistance, associates may submit the application on SRC's website via email at or to their HR supervisor. The application also includes guidelines to assist associates through the process. Once submitted, the application is reviewed by a committee to allocate funds.

In addition to regular associate giving, the fund will be supported by an annual campaign across the SRC organization in March. Download the guidelines and application for more information about the fund, how to apply and allocation process.


Danielle Kothe