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Financial: State Farm Companies Foundation Programs

Matching Gift - Higher Education Program

The Matching Gift Higher Education Program encourages State Farm associates to support higher education. State Farm Companies Foundation will match limited charitable contributions (tax deductible portion) made by eligible State Farm associates and retirees to qualified two- and four-year U.S. colleges and universities. Gifts can range from $25 to $3,000 per calendar year, per employee.

Matching Gift - Charitable Organization Program

The Matching Gift Charitable Organization Program also provides the opportunity for State Farm associates to give back to communities where they live and work. The State Farm Companies Foundation will match limited charitable contributions made by eligible State Farm employees, agents, and retirees to qualifying nonprofit organizations, including K-12 public and private schools. Gifts can be a minimum of $25 up to $1,500 per calendar year.


Good Neighbor Grant® Individual Program

Through the Good Neighbor Grant Individual Program, the State Farm Companies Foundation awards a $500 grant on behalf of each eligible State Farm employee, agent, or retiree who volunteers a minimum of 40 hours per calendar year to an eligible nonprofit organization.


Good Neighbor Grant® Team Program

Through the Good Neighbor Grant Team Program, State Farm employees, agents, and retirees may volunteer as a team for an eligible nonprofit organization. Once the team accrues a minimum of 40 hours in a calendar year, State Farm Companies Foundation will award a $500 grant to that nonprofit organization on behalf of that team.

Disclaimer

This brief overview of the State Farm Foundation Programs is not intended to be a complete explanation. For more detailed information, please refer to the online Human Resources Policy Manual for U.S. employees.

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