The CBRE Employee Resilience Fund was created to support CBRE employees who are facing financial hardship due to a natural disaster or a pandemic such as COVID-19. The CBRE Employee Resilience Fund relies on support from the CBRE Foundation as well as individual donations from employees to fund the program. Every contribution helps and, when combined with the donations of others, can provide the help a fellow employee needs when facing the unexpected.
You can make a voluntary ongoing gift or one-time gift through our secure site using your credit/debit card.
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 "CBRE" 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.
CBRE employees who are experiencing financial hardship due to a natural disaster or a pandemic such as COVID-19 can apply for a grant for financial assistance. If you are applying for the first time or have previously received a grant through Immediate Response Program and you are still facing financial hardship, you may apply for a Hardship Relief Grant.
Please read the Application FAQ to see if you qualify.
*Note: Please use your CBRE company email address when registering and applying for a grant. This will help us verify your eligibility as part of the charitable class.
The Emergency Assistance Foundation, Inc. will manage all fund activities, and when needed assist applicants with their grant applications. CBRE will not have any insight into the grant process unless a grant recipient chooses to share his or her story.
The Emergency Assistance Foundation is here to help applicants through challenging times. Please click the link above for local resource suggestions, educational courses that cover everything from disaster preparedness to financial education and more.