Cultivate a more productive, sustainable and healthy workforce.
- An employer-incentivized savings platform
- Customizable program to meet your organization’s specific needs
- Addresses your employees’ emergency fund and other short-term financial needs
How Sunny Day Fund™ will help your employees:
Our platform makes saving easy, accessible, and rewarding.
Reduced Financial Stress
Employees will be better prepared for financial emergencies
Fast, penalty-free, and stress-free withdrawals
Quarterly employer contributions motivate employees to save
COVID-19 has exposed the financial vulnerability of the American workforce.
Even if one of your employees hasn’t personally suffered financially, many are now supporting someone who has lost a job or is under-employed.
How Sunny Day Fund™ helps your company’s bottom line:
When you help employees grow their savings, you also improve their financial health, retain them better, and support greater productivity.
Better Financial Health
A happier, more engaged workforce
More experienced employees, less recruitment and training
Less anxiety, more focus, fewer mistakes
A peek at your new dashboard
Intuitive, insightful, and easy to use.
Manage your Sunny Day Fund™ program easily.
We will work with you to set up your Sunny Day Fund™ program, which you can track and manage easily anytime, anywhere.
Customize incentives to meet your unique needs.
You have a variety of employees. We have flexible incentive structures that meet their needs and your budget.
Engage your employees.
Our intuitive digital platform will invite your employees to save towards their own goals.
Measure the program’s progress.
Track your employees’ progress anonymously through our survey analytics tool based on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Financial Well-Being Scale.
Banking services are provided by Evolve Bank & Trust, Member FDIC.
Move the sliders to see how Sunny Day Fund™ benefits your company!
Estimated benefit after first year:
Reduced turnover savings:
Reduction in lost productivity:
Retirement savings burden: