GRI

Social Impact

65% LEVEL OF EMPLOYEES
AND AGENCY STAFF
THAT PARTICIPATED IN A
CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY
INITIATIVE IN 2013
1,963 NUMBER OF U.S. CITIES ACTIVELY SUPPORTED THROUGH THE FOUNDATION

We are dedicated to bringing more good to people’s lives. Through our social impact investments, we extend this commitment through and beyond our immediate stakeholder groups—customers, employees, agents, investors—so that we can be a force for good in our communities and our world.

From our focus on teen safe driving to helping survivors of domestic abuse gain financial independence and reducing violence in our hometown of Chicago, we’re dedicated to improving the well-being of everyone whose lives we touch. In this way, we help communities thrive.

The Allstate Foundation

Every individual and family deserves the chance to see their dreams come to life. This is the vision The Allstate Foundation has been fighting for since our story began more than 60 years ago, when leaders within Allstate Insurance Company made a formal promise to put the company’s good hands to work.

Now entering its seventh decade, the Foundation has created practical, proven programs for more than a million individuals and families to help them overcome personal challenges and uncertainties—leading to better, safer lives.

The Allstate Foundation supports a range of programs across America. In every case, the Foundation directs resources and support toward areas that fulfill a commitment to helping protect and prepare people.

The Foundation focuses on two signature programs to achieve maximum impact:

  • The Teen Safe Driving Program helps change the way teens think and act in the car through teen-to-teen programs, resources to help parents better manage their teen drivers and research to help educate the public about the issue.
  • The Domestic Violence Program helps survivors overcome financial abuse. We help empower survivors to lead safer, financially independent lives. Through public awareness programs we help break the taboos that prevent survivors from gaining the help they need to break free from violence.

“Fifty percent of Allstaters gave money to local charitable causes through the Giving Campaign—a total of nearly $4.5 million.”

SaferLives

Allstate has long provided customers with practical advice on how to protect their homes, their cars and their families from unexpected events. In 2013, The Allstate Foundation enhanced this effort through SaferLives, a program to enable agency owners to engage in ongoing dialogue with consumers and customers on timely and relevant safety topics.

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