Make it Possible is a program that brings its name to life. Through this unique program, State Farm Bank® and local State Farm® agents are making it possible for people to realize their dreams.
Working with communities, we host workshops on a number of topics:
- A Slice of L.I.F.E.™
L.I.F.E. stands for Lessons In Financial Education. This workshop focuses on young adults. The icon of the pizza is a way to engage participants and educate them on the different "slices" of financial subjects that can help them create a successful financial life. This presentation covers topics from budgeting, making financial goals, looking out for credit traps, the importance of credit, and investing for the future.
- Your First Car
This workshop offers a variety of information from finding the right car for you and how to finance it.
- Your Finances
Basic financial education is provided as well as information on bank products and how to save, budget, and maintain good credit.
- Your First Home
This is a great workshop to prepare first-time homebuyers as they begin the home buying process.
- Your Financial Future
This workshop focuses on savings and investment products
State Farm is proud to continue our efforts to help local business and communities grow and succeed through information and education. Since 2008, our agents have conducted over 1650 workshops reaching over 30,000 participants in communities nationwide.
Make It Possible is intended to address specific needs of underserved customers by providing education, resources, and products that help people make their financial aspirations possible.
For information about a Make It Possible event in your area:
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Securities, insurance and annuity products are not FDIC insured, are not bank guaranteed and are subject to investment risk, including possible loss of principal.
State Farm VP Management Corp. is a separate entity from those State Farm entities which provide banking and insurance products.
Neither State Farm nor its agents provide investment, tax, or legal advice.