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Crisis Relief Terms and Conditions

We are committed to providing relief and support to individuals and students in need. Our mission is to assist you in times of hardship and offer assistance in various forms, including books, school supplies, rent payments, airline, bus, or train transportation, groceries, and car repairs.

We sincerely care about each of our beneficiaries and strive to respond promptly to your requests. However, it is essential to inform you that, due to our operational limitations, we typically do not exceed $2,000 in our relief responses. Requests exceeding this amount may require a longer processing time, and we may be unable to fulfill them promptly.

Large student account balances that surpass $2,000 are beyond the scope of our current capabilities. Providing assistance beyond this threshold may interfere with financial aid regulations and limit our ability to help other students in need.

Please understand that this decision is necessary to ensure equitable distribution of resources and maintain our commitment to assisting as many individuals as possible within our means.

We encourage you to reach out to us with your specific needs, and we will do our best to assist you within the mentioned guidelines. Your understanding and cooperation are deeply appreciated, and we remain dedicated to supporting you through challenging times. 

Below is a list of reputable emergency relief resources and links that you or someone in need can explore for assistance:


American Red Cross:

Provides emergency shelter, food, and relief supplies during disasters.

Salvation Army:

Offers various emergency services, including food assistance, shelter, and financial aid.

Feeding America: The nation's largest domestic hunger-relief organization, providing food assistance through a network of food banks.

Crisis Text Line: A free, confidential crisis intervention service via text message.

211: A nationwide helpline that connects individuals with essential community services, including emergency assistance.

National Alliance to End Homelessness: Provides resources and support for individuals experiencing homelessness.

Modest Needs: Offers short-term financial assistance to individuals and families facing emergency expenses.

United Way: A nonprofit organization that connects people in need with resources and support.


The Trevor Project: A crisis intervention and suicide prevention hotline for LGBTQ+ youth.

HUD Resource Locator: Helps find local resources for housing assistance and other needs.

211 for Students: An extension of the 211 helpline, specifically catering to the needs of students.

Please note that these organizations and resources may vary based on your location. If you are looking for help or support, consider visiting the websites above or contacting them directly to get more information about the assistance they can provide.

Always make sure to verify the authenticity of the organizations and the services they offer to ensure your safety and well-being.

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