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We provide resources to help end abuse.

In addition to helping nonprofits provide critical services for domestic violence survivors, The Allstate Foundation offers a variety of tools for the public, concerned friends and loved ones and those experiencing abuse themselves.

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Educational support for survivors of violence

We offer a five-part online lesson plan and a self-directed online learning opportunity to help people experiencing financial abuse find a safe way out.

Lesson plans for those trained to work with survivors

We give trainers the tools to guide survivors toward financial freedom and career success, and to help college students talk about healthy relationships.

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Conversation starters for friends and loved ones

It can be incredibly difficult to start a conversation about domestic violence with a friend or family—but it’s also essential to helping them escape. The Allstate Foundation strives to facilitate this type of conversation with this helpful guide.

Research to put the problem in perspective

To face the problem, we must first understand it. That’s why we commissioned a public survey to look at how people perceive domestic violence and financial abuse, how it affects victims, their families and more.

See how we’re living up to our mission.

From financial empowerment curriculum to nonprofit support, The Allstate Foundation has made a real impact on those that have experienced domestic violence and financial abuse.

Learn more about Purple Purse.

If you’re interested in digging deeper into the issues of domestic violence and financial abuse, donating to the cause or helping someone you know break free, visit the Purple Purse site for more information.

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