Eligibility & Funding Criteria

The PSEG Employee Crisis Fund provides short-term, emergency support to employees

The fund helps employees or eligible dependents that are experiencing financial hardship resulting from a sudden, severe, overwhelming and unexpected event that is beyond their control. The event results in significant pressure on the family’s financial resources. The Community Foundation of New Jersey administers the PSEG Employee Crisis Fund and in its sole discretion determines incident eligibility and award amount. The Community Foundation staff is available to assist all applicants in this process. Call 973-267-5105 with questions.

  • PSEG regular full-time employees who are not an officer level or above.
  • PSEG regular part-time employees.
  • In the case of death of the employee, then the spouse or eligible dependents may apply.
  • Immediate family member is an employee’s child, spouse, domestic partner, civil union partner, parent or any other relative who is a member of the employee’s household.
  • Please note, a child is defined as a biological, adopted or foster child, a stepchild, a legal ward or a child of a person standing in place of the parent. A parent is defined as a biological parent, a parent-in-law, or a legal guardian.
  • An employee can apply for each incident only once even if it is on-going.