Summary of Allstate's Community Involvement

Community
Bring Out the Good

Empowerment. Social Impact. Caring. Allstate is a force for good. By forming strong relationships in the communities where we work and live, Allstate creates shared value for consumers and the company.

At Allstate, we help build communities by bringing people prosperity, safety and well-being. We empower our agency owners to be trusted neighborhood leaders by offering a rewarding opportunity to own a small business, and providing support to help them succeed.

Our corporate giving and volunteering programs help our employees, agency owners and financial specialists find their passion and give back to and get involved with organizations that address the causes they care about. At every level—local, regional and national—The Allstate Foundation is working to fulfill our promise to help people live a good life and it starts in the more than 10,000 communities where Allstate has a presence.

Definition

For Allstate employees, agency owners, financial specialists and independent agents, community presence means making an impact on local communities, bringing more good to people’s lives in times of need, strengthening communities and the nonprofits who serve them, understanding and managing risks and opportunities pertaining to reputation in the community, helping advocate for social issues, ensuring our communications reflect our corporate purpose and speak to Allstaters’ individual roles in giving back, and maintaining or growing market share relative to competitors.

Care

Our corporate giving and volunteering programs help our employees, agency owners and financial specialists find their passion and give back to and get involved with organizations that address the causes they care about.

HIGHLIGHT STORY

Transforming Communities

Three years ago, as Kevin Spann and his son strolled through a park in Wyandanch, New York during Wyandanch Family Day—the town’s hallmark community event Spann participated in as a child—it was clear things had changed.

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