Diversity and Inclusion
in the Community

Giving Back to Neighborhoods

State Farm is committed to helping build safer, stronger, and better-educated communities. We embrace the responsibility to give back, volunteer, and work alongside nonprofits and community groups in our neighborhoods to make the world around us better.

We respect and celebrate the differences that make us stronger. Here are a few ways we contribute:

Grants

The State Farm Companies Foundation gives charitable grants to nonprofit initiatives that help build up and meet the needs of their communities.
See how we give back.

Education

We believe all children deserve access to a quality education. So, we do our part to help them reach their greatest potential, become good community citizens, and prepare for the workforce.
Take a look at our contribution to education.

Safety

We’ve been a safety pioneer since we opened our doors in 1922. And we’ve built on our efforts to protect customers and communities from the risks of everyday life – at home and on the road.
Check out our work in safety.

Relationships

We work with organizations to support financial literacy programs and community development projects that build strong, economically vibrant communities.
Read more about our community relationships.

Volunteer

For nearly a century, we’ve partnered with others to help improve neighborhoods across the country. We’re extending the invitation for everyone to join and volunteer to help causes that matter to them.
Find a cause at the Neighborhood of Good®.

Get a closer look at how we give back in our communities.


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