About the Emerency Fund
The Church's Partners Foundation (CPF) Emergency Fund is available to employees who have been directly impacted by severe hardship, crisis, or catastrophic incident. Emergency Fund resources are designated for crisis situations including:
and other financial hardships
All current Church's system employees are eligible for grants up to $2,500 from the CPF Emergency Fund, provided they complete an application demonstrating how they have been impacted by a qualifying event, substantiate their expense, and prove their lack of financial resources. Grant recipients are selected based on the legitimacy of the contents of their application and their tenure with the brand.
Donate to the Emergency Fund
1. Enroll in Payroll Deduction
Payroll deduction is the easiest and most effective way to give to the Church's Partners Foundation. Using this method, 100% of your donations go towards the mission of the Foundation instead of bank charges or processing fees. Your information is safe and requires no additional effort beyond initial registration. To sign up for payroll deduction, return your completed Employee Deduction Form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Giving online is safe and easy. Simply visit the Foundation’s website at and choose to give to one of our three funds: the scholarship fund, the emergency fund, and/or the general fund.
All checks should be made payable to the Church’s Partners Foundation Inc. and sent to:
Church’s Partners Foundation Inc.
980 Hammond Drive, Suite 1100
Atlanta, GA 30328
4. In Person
If you happen to be at the RSC, you can donate in person via credit card, cash, or check to Charaun Little, Foundation Coordinator, located right outside the auditor's room.