Skanska’s Disaster Relief Assistance Fund
Disaster Relief Assistance Fund to support Skanska employees impacted by localized natural disasters. Disasters can be defined as hurricanes, floods, fires, earthquakes, tornados, and storms.
The purpose of this fund is to provide immediate financial assistance to address short-term needs and special hardships for approved applications submitted by the respective Skanska employees in the state of Florida (and other states declared disaster zones from Hurricane Ian). Employees can apply for up to $2,500 for review and consideration of financial assistance. Exceptional hardships requesting over $2,500 will also be reviewed and considered. Please also reference what qualifies as disaster relief payment defined by the IRS.
Any unused funds will be donated to local communities affected by Hurricane Ian. If you are interested in donating to the Skanska Disaster Relief Assistance Fund, please click here. If you would prefer to donate by check, please email Corporate Controller Ray Moore () for more information.
To apply for Skanska’s Disaster Relief Assistance, please download this form and submit to .
Additional Skanska Resources
We understand that many of our colleagues in Hurricane Ian's destructive path are experiencing hardship during this difficult time. Please take note of the following Skanska resources that are immediately available to support you.
Our goal is to bring you support, information and resources to help you navigate this challenging time.
Carebridge: Employee Assistance Program
There are many resources available through our Employee Assistance Program, provided by Carebridge. The following may be especially relevant for you during this time:
- Access to mental health resources and counselors
- Referrals to legal advice
- Relocation assistance
- Referrals to financial advisors
- Disaster resources
Contact Carebridge at (800) 437-0911 for 24/7 support.
Helpr: Virtual and in-person childcare support
Skanska's partnership with Helpr provides childcare, adult care and self-care support for all employees. This resource might be helpful if your child's school or childcare is disrupted by Hurricane Ian. Consider Helpr for back-up care options, virtual homework help and/or interactive virtual sessions for children six months old through high school.
If you are displaced or temporarily relocated, you may encounter difficulties filling prescriptions, especially if local pharmacies or doctors' offices are closed. Skanska has authorized an override through Anthem/IngenioRx to ensure that all pharmacies in the state of Florida are authorized to provide short-term refills on most prescriptions without needing provider authorization.
Contact IngenioRx HelpDesk at (833) 296-5038 if you encounter any difficulties.
Telemedicine: Access to healthcare providers
Telehealth resources are in place for employees whose doctors are unavailable or who are temporarily relocated/dislocated.
To reach LiveHealth Online, please visit www.livehealthonline.com or call (888) 548-3432.
To reach Anthem 24/7 Nurseline, please call (800) 700-9184
Since virtual visits are covered in-network, our 866-SKANSKA team can help employees find providers who have virtual availability for new patients, even if the provider is not in the employee's geographic area.
Please call 866-SKANSKA (866-752-6752) for support.
401(k) loans and withdrawals
Some circumstances, including certain impacts of natural disasters, may result in eligibility to borrow or withdraw from your Skanska 401(k) plan. To learn more about 401(k) loans or hardship withdrawals, contact Vanguard at (800) 523-1188 for more information.
We hope that you are staying safe and well, and that these resources provide some relief for any current challenges you are experiencing. For additional assistance or to learn more about these resources, contact 866-SKANSKA (866-752-6752) to be connected directly to a Skanska Benefits specialist.