CCC Cares was created in partnership by 3 forward-looking Healthcare organizations: Castle Healthcare, serving Indiana; Crest Healthcare, serving Illinois; and Crown Healthcare, serving Ohio. The purpose of the Fund is to provide assistance to eligible team members who are in need of immediate financial assistance following an unforeseen disaster or personal hardship. The Fund relies on support from the sponsoring organizations, namely the owners and management of Castle, Crest, and Crown; as well as individual donations made by the organizations’ partners, employees, and/or the general public. Every donation makes a difference, no matter the amount, and combined with the donations of others, helps to provide grants when they are needed most.
Donations to the Fund can be made as one-time gifts or recurring periodic contributions. Various donation methods are available via the Donate buttons below.
To make a US donation using your Credit Card, Debit Card or other available options click here.
To make a Non-US donation using your Credit Card, Debit Card or other available options click here.
To make a donation via Text-to-Give, simply text the unique keyword “CCCCF” to 71777.
All donations to the fund at the Emergency Assistance Foundation, Inc. are tax deductible in the U.S. The EIN# for the Emergency Assistance Foundation is 45-1813056.
If you are experiencing a personal hardship or the effects of a qualified disaster you can apply for a grant for financial assistance. Please read the Application FAQ to see if you qualify.
Emergency Assistance Foundation independently administers all Fund activities and assists applicants with their grant applications when needed. The sponsoring organization (Castle Healthcare,Crest Healthcare ,& Crown Healthcare ) has no visibility into individual applications or grants unless an applicant opts in to share certain details under specific circumstances.
Emergency Assistance Foundation is here to help during difficult times. Please click the “Community Resources” button for links to local resources, disaster preparedness education, financial learning tools, and more.