We’ve spent 65 years working to improve lives.

Coming together to serve a greater purpose

We’re a team of dedicated problem-solvers, big-thinkers and game-changers—and we’re focused on helping people and communities take action for a better tomorrow.

Four causes centered around one common goal

Our goal is clear, but how do we bring it to life in an impactful way? The Allstate Foundation identified four core areas of need, where we could do the most good. Today, we continue to work toward creating prosperous communities where people are inspired and empowered to fulfill their hopes and dreams by improving, expanding and raising awareness of our initiatives and the issues they support.

Meet the people that make all the difference.

The Allstate Foundation’s ability to make a positive difference is rooted in the Allstate agency force, employees and individuals who actively give back. Take a look at what they’ve been up to.

A group of people stand together in a park in front of a tent that reads “WE Charitable Foundation”

After losing his wife to breast cancer, Allstate Territory Sales Leader Obie Scott and friends formed the Whitney Ranch Charitable Foundation, so no more families have to “say goodbye.” Scott raises money to support breast cancer research and help families battling the disease.

A photo of Allstate employee Monica Hogan

After a family member was physically abused, Allstate employee Monica Hogan decided to advocate for victims. She responds to domestic disturbance calls with the San Antonio Police Department, helping provide potential domestic violence victims with ways to get help leaving dangerous situations.

The Berry siblings stand together holding a check next to Mark Tucker who applauds

Allstate agency owner Mark Tucker met the Berry siblings, three young children who were seriously injured and lost their parents in a 2011 car crash caused by a distracted driver, as a part of Tucker’s community involvement efforts. In 2016, he delivered a grant to the Berry’s One Life is Enough (OLIE) nonprofit and honored their story during an Allstate Foundation-sponsored WE Day event.

Laura Garciduenas poses at her college graduation with her son and Connecticut College President Katherine Bergeron.

Allstate employee Laura Garciduenas attended college with a cohort from The Posse Foundation, and now volunteers with the organization to help provide high school students with leadership potential with the same type of support system she had when she attended school.

Here’s proof we’re living up to our promises.

Read the latest news about The Allstate Foundation, the people and the communities we are committed to serving.

Get in touch with The Allstate Foundation.

If you have any questions or comments about our organization, don’t hesitate to reach out.

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