Learn More About State Farm

Want to learn more about State Farm? Find information about the State Farm legacy, the passion of its employees and its mission to be a Good Neighbor, as well as links to the State Farm Newsroom and other resources. From community involvement to disaster response, State Farm is committed to supporting the neighborhoods it serves and the neighborhoods our associates call home by helping to build safer, stronger and better educated communities.

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Recovering from the Unexpected

From losing everything, to life's smaller disappointments, State Farm means people who care, with unparalleled experience in getting back on your feet.

Community Involvement

State Farm is there. For our customers and for the neighborhoods where we live and work. Learn how we're building safer, stronger, and better educated communities across the U.S.

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Company Overview

We've come a long way since opening our doors in 1922. Yet our success is built on the same foundation of shared values: quality service and relationships, mutual trust, integrity, and financial strength.

Disaster Response

State Farm is there to help our customers recover from the unexpected. Find out how our unparalleled disaster response operation helps people in their greatest time of need.

Fast Facts

#1 auto insurer in the United States since 1942
State Farm is ranked No. 41 on the Fortune 500 list in 2014
$60 million donated each year to build safer, stronger, better educated communities
$5 million distributed by State Farm Youth Advisory Board in service-learning grants

Leadership

"Definition of good neighbor: someone to be trusted; a courteous, friendly source of help when help is needed; someone you can count on; someone who cares."

Edward B. Rust Jr. Chairman

See all of our leadership team