Employee Crisis Fund

Part of the money raised by the San Diego County Employees' Charitable Organization (CECO) is allocated to a special fund so that employees and retirees of County of San Diego and Superior Court have a place to turn to when they need help.

The Crisis Fund is available to assist eligible County of San Diego and Superior Court employees and retirees who are experiencing a “one-time financial crisis”. The decision to grant funds is based on the following: the applicant’s eligibility, the applicant’s need, and the circumstances underlying the lack of resources.
 
Employee Crisis Fund Process

  1. Download the Employee Crisis Fund Application.

  2. Fill out the application online by typing the information onto the form.

  3. Print the completed application and then submit it to the Crisis Fund Coordinator indicated on the application along with the supporting documents. If you have questions about the application, contact DHR Benefits at Dhrbenefits.fgg@sdcounty.ca.gov

  4. The decision to grant funds generally takes 7-10 business days after receiving a completed application package. Decisions are final. Payment for approved funds will be forwarded directly to the company or individual to which money is owed or to the company from which necessary items will be purchased. If you have questions about the application, contact DHR Benefits at Dhrbenefits.fgg@sdcounty.ca.gov