The Fund

Life can be difficult sometimes, and very few people get through it without experiencing some kind of personal tragedy or hardship. At Rollins, we consider ourselves a family of coworkers. And when one family member suffers a catastrophe, we all want to pitch in to help. It’s been part of our culture for decades. That is the reason for the Rollins Employee Relief Fund.

Throughout the decades, our employees have come through with support for their coworkers. Now, with the Rollins Employee Relief Fund, employees can contribute as much as they want, whenever they want.


The Rollins Employee Relief Fund is a proactive, ongoing program to make it easier for employees to contribute as much as they want whenever they want, instead of giving a one-time donation in the face of a specific emergency.


The Rollins Employee Relief Fund helps with devastating personal events as well. Coworkers can support each other through life’s individual crises like house fires, personal illness or a sudden personal loss.


"I didn’t know the company was collecting money, and I don’t know how many people contributed or who gave what, but it was wonderful. To this day, I am grateful for everyone’s contributions."

EAP Information


Sometimes, life can be difficult and very few people get through it without experiencing some kind of personal tragedy or hardship that can be both mental and physical. The Employee Relief Fund offers many Resources to help such as the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to help with emotional, psychological and social well being and can also determine how we handle stress. Other Resources can help with:

  • Cancer Resources
  • Disaster Resources and Hurricane Preparation
  • Domestic Violence
  • Financial Planning (Momentum OnUp)
  • Energy Bill Assistance
  • Housing/Eviction Outreach
  • Homeowner and Renter’s Insurance Information

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Help support grants provided to eligible employees who have suffered unusual financial hardships for reasons beyond their control, are experiencing a time of personal or family crisis, or who need temporary financial relief and assistance due to a disaster.