Contributing $5 Million to Help Domestic Violence Victims, Youth in Need and First Responders
In April 2020, as COVID-19 cases continued to grow across the United States, The Allstate Foundation contributed $5 million to accelerate relief and recovery for domestic violence victims, youth in need, first responders and communities at large.
“It’s incredibly inspiring to see people finding ways to take care of each other,” said Elizabeth Brady, Allstate chief marketing, customer and communications officer and trustee of The Allstate Foundation. “For 68 years, The Allstate Foundation has delivered on Allstate’s promise to serve as the Good Hands – especially in a moment of need.”
The Allstate Foundation, together with Allstate employees and agency force members, donated resources across the nation to support communities during the COVID-19 crisis.
Read more on The Allstate Foundation website.