COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

State Farm Companies Foundation

State Farm Companies Foundation was established in 1963 as an independent private foundation funded by the State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company. The Foundation provides support for key initiatives and scholarships, as well as associate-directed programs, including grants supporting volunteerism and matching gifts to charitable organizations and two- and four-year colleges and universities. These programs support the communities where State Farm® associates live and work.

Scholarship Programs

State Farm Companies Foundation does not provide scholarships directly to individuals. We provide funding to national, established scholarship programs such as National Merit Scholarship Corporation, nationalmerit.org.

Matching Gift Program

The State Farm Companies Foundation Matching Gift Program encourages State Farm associates to support higher education and charitable organizations. The Foundation matches limited individual charitable contributions made by eligible State Farm associates and retirees to qualifying colleges and universities as well as qualifying charitable organizations.

Good Neighbor Grant® Program

State Farm Companies Foundation encourages State Farm associates to be good neighbors by giving back to the communities where they live and work. One way this can be achieved is by participating in the Good Neighbor Grant Individual and Team Programs.

Good Neighbor Grant Individual Program

The State Farm Companies Foundation awards a $500 grant to an eligible nonprofit organization on behalf of each eligible State Farm associate or retiree who volunteers a minimum 40 hours a year.

Good Neighbor Grant Team Program

Eligible State Farm associates and retirees can form teams to collectively volunteer a minimum of 40 hours a year. The State Farm Companies Foundation will award a $500 grant to an eligible nonprofit organization on behalf of each team.

State Farm and the State Farm Companies Foundation value diversity and inclusiveness. Charitable funding is intended to advance access, equity, and inclusiveness while discouraging harmful discrimination based on age, political affiliation, race, national origin, ethnicity, gender, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity, or religious beliefs.

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