The Allstate Foundation works to empower

all people to imagine

—and achieve—

better for themselves and their community.

Inspire the next generation of leaders.

The Allstate Foundation’s youth empowerment program helps give today’s youth the knowledge, attitude and skills to achieve academic success and become leaders in their community—and our world.

Break the cycle of domestic violence.

The Allstate Foundation’s domestic violence initiative helps those experiencing abuse find freedom through financial empowerment.

Close the nonprofit leadership gap.

Nonprofit Leadership Center joins forces with Kellogg School Center for Nonprofit Management to educate nonprofit leaders.

Honor our volunteers and build stronger communities.

See all the ways Allstate volunteers put their Helping Hands® to work in local neighborhoods across the country.

Follow our social impact.

Financial abuse is a powerful form of domestic violence that prevents survivors from leaving unhealthy relationships. Help survivors get the education they need, like where to start to improve credit, to begin to break free. Click the link in bio to learn more. #FinancialLiteracyMonth ...

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Research shows social and emotional learning, or #SEL, are the skills of the future. These skills can build more equitable classrooms, workplaces and communities. On #SELDay, hear how Allstate Vice President of Corporate Responsibility and The Allstate Foundation Francie Richards learned about the importance of #SEL skills, like cultural awareness, to help in her career. See how we're helping youth succeed today and for their futures with SEL at #linkinbio ...

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We celebrate the millions of women, like Damaris, who inspire positive change for their families, communities and society today on #InternationalWomensDay and every day. See the link in bio for how we’re creating positive change in communities through empowerment. #IWD ...

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99% of domestic violence cases include financial abuse. Help lock out abuse before it starts: Secure your important documents, birth certificates and social security cards with someone or someplace you trust. Visit the link bio to learn more. ...

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99% of domestic violence cases include financial abuse. Help lock out abuse before it starts: Shred your bank statements and take steps to protect your other personal information. Visit the link in bio to learn more. ...

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99% of domestic violence cases include financial abuse. Help lock out abuse before it starts: Apply your security settings, use 2-step verification and keep your passwords private. Visit the link in bio to learn more. ...

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99% of domestic violence cases include financial abuse. Help lock out abuse before it starts: Keep tabs on credit and accounts opened in your name and try to pay bills on time. Visit the link in bio to learn more. ...

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Teens already stress about school. But this year, theirmajor concerns are COVID 19 (78%) and racism (68%). The link in our bio has resources to help them through this time by teaching skills like resilience and stress management. ...

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