Asian-Pacific Islander Relationships

State Farm® and its community relationships support Asian-Pacific communities in an effort to improve safety, education, and financial literacy.

Asian American Advancing Justice

The Asian American Advancing Justice is one of the leading legal organizations that works to advance the human and civil rights of Asian Americans through advocacy, public policy, and public education. Our relationships provides access to the best minds in Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) issues analysis, which provides context to deliver State Farm's messages effectively. AAAJ also provides State Farm with outreach opportunities to the organization's affiliate members across the country. We have provided financial education, teen driver safety, State Farm Youth Advisory Board, and loss mitigation sessions at the annual conferences.

Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies

State Farm works with APAICS to help develop the next generation of AAPI elected officials. APAICS provides State Farm opportunities to network with AAPI members of Congress and appointed officials.

With State Farm, APAICS conducts the non-partisan APAICS Academy which trains elected officials that wish to run for higher office. In addition, we support the APAICS National Asian Pacific American School Board Conference which opens opportunities to communicate State Farm's teen driver safety and youth leadership programs.

Center for Asian Pacific American Women

The Center for Asian Pacific American Women (CAPAW), formerly the Asian Pacific American Women's Leadership Institute (APAWLI), is the only national, non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing and enriching leadership skills for AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) women leaders.

State Farm works with CAPAW to empower AAPI women in the corporate, nonprofit, and public sectors to become ethical leaders through training, professional development, relationship building, and community projects. CAPAW is the only national organization that provides executive leadership programs for AAPI women.

The signature program, Asian Pacific American Women's Leadership Institute, is a three-week intensive program based on the Whole Person Leadership model focusing on strategic management, self-development, and cultural issues. Regional and national summits provide leadership training for APIA women at all career levels.

Japanese American Citizens League

State Farm works with JACL, the largest and oldest national AAPI civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States, to help improve opportunities for Japanese Americans and Asian Americans.

Most recently we've worked with JACL's Youth Leadership Summits to raise high school and college student awareness of teen driver safety and managing personal finances. State Farm has developed a strong relationship with Norman Y. Mineta, Former Secretary of Transportation under Presidents Clinton and George W. Bush. Mr. Mineta was a vocal supporter of the Meharry-State Farm Alliance and auto safety.

Korean American Coalition

The Korean American Coalition (KAC) is a community advocacy organization that provides a variety of direct and indirect services, particularly to the low - to moderate income KA community. At the national convention and college leadership conference State Farm offers financial education, auto safety and leadership programs.

Organization of Chinese Americans

We work with OCA, one of the largest and most influential national Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) organizations that helps advance the social, political, and economic well-being of AAPIs. We support Youth Summits for high school students, APIA U: Leadership 101 for college student leaders at 11 campuses annually, and the JACL/OCA Leadership Summit for adults. Our programs include financial education, auto safety, and professional development at the national and grassroots levels.

Southeast Asian Resource Action Center

We work with Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC), a national organization that advances the interests of Cambodian, Laotian, and Vietnamese Americans to empowering communities through advocacy, leadership development, and capacity-building. Our programs include leadership advocacy training, teen driver safety and financial education.

Union of North American Vietnamese Student Associations

State Farm works with the Union of North American Vietnamese Student Associations (UNAVSA), a community-based organization dedicated to the development of tomorrow's leaders in the Vietnamese American community. The organization represents the collective Vietnamese youth voice as the national umbrella organization for Vietnamese youth-based groups of college and some high school students. Our programs provide financial education at the national and regional conventions.

Our promise to build safer, stronger, and better educated communities extends to all our neighborhoods. We team up with organization in Asian-Pacific Islander communities to improve auto safety, education, and financial literacy as well as support leadership and professional development. With our community relationships, we are accomplishing amazing things.