State Farm® supports national non-profit organizations focused on building stronger communities through community development.
State Farm's mission to help people recover from the unexpected is right in line with the American Red Cross. As a Corporate Member of the American Red Cross Annual Disaster Giving Program, State Farm gifts the American Red Cross $1 million to help ensure that the Red Cross has the resources to proactively assist with national disaster preparedness and recovery efforts. We support programs that help keep neighborhoods safe and prepared for emergencies.
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Enterprise Community Partners (ECP) works to create affordable housing opportunities for low- and moderate-income families. ECP lends funds and provides expertise to finance and manage affordable housing developments. It also works to improve public policy and advocacy with a goal to end housing insecurity.
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Habitat for Humanity's commitment to providing families with safe, decent, and affordable shelter aligns with State Farm's commitment to building stronger communities. State Farm has had a national relationship with Habitat since 1994 and became the official corporate sponsor of the Habitat for Humanity Youth Programs in 2007. Additionally, numerous local State Farm offices support the Habitat affiliates in their communities.
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Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) is a national community development organization that creates change in local neighborhoods across the country. State Farm has supported LISC’s comprehensive community development program Building Sustainable Communities since 2001. This program creates stronger communities in various ways including education, affordable housing, economic development, financial opportunity, community safety, health, and policy and research.
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The mission of the Raza Development Fund (RDF) is to invest capital and create financing solutions to increase opportunities for the Latino community and low-income families.
State Farm provides loans and grant funding to support RDF's work. The loans provide funding for housing, community facilities, transit-oriented development, health care clinics, and charter schools. Grant funds support the Latino Organizational and Leadership Initiative, which helps several colleges and universities prepare and transition Latino high school students into a sustained university experience.
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