10/29/2012 The Allstate Foundation announced more than $1 million in financial empowerment grants to state domestic violence coalitions today as a part of the Moving Ahead Financial Empowerment Grant Program. read more »NGLCC Elects New Leaders to Board, Councils
10/18/2012 The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) is pleased to announce new leadership for the NGLCC's Board of Directors, Corporate Advisory Council, and Procurement Council, governance forums which aim to inform, educate, and support growt ... read more »Teens Asked to Act Out Loud for Teen Safe Driving
09/25/2012 The Allstate Foundation and National Organizations for Youth Safety (NOYS) are calling on high schools and teens around the country to participate in the 2012-2013 Act Out Loud program... read more »Allstate Partners with Feeding America during National "Week of Service"
08/02/2012 As part of the company's first Week of Service, Allstate is partnering with Feeding America and local food banks to help fund nearly 240,000 meals to families at risk of hunger. read more »Allstate Honors Volunteer of the Year for Commitment to Homeless and Education
06/28/2012 Allstate Insurance Company today announced it had awarded Maryland Allstate agent Venice Mundle-Harvey the prestigious Ray Lynch award for exceptional community service. read more »Allstate Named 2012 Best Company for Multicultural Women
06/26/2012 Working Mother magazine has selected Allstate Insurance Company as one the 25 "Best Companies for Multicultural Women" for their ability to hire, retain and advance multicultural women. Allstate landed a spot on this year's list ba... read more »Insurance Agents Take to the Hill to Combat Domestic Violence
06/06/2012 Allstate agency owners from around the country joined domestic violence service providers in Washington D.C. today to advocate for laws that protect survivors of domestic violence. The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) was one of the pie... read more »Allstate Showcased at White House Summit on Financial Capability and Empowerment
05/10/2012 Allstate Insurance Company and The Allstate Foundation announced several financial empowerment program commitments today as part of a summit hosted by the President's Council for Financial Capability. The announcements are a part o... read more »TV Star Victoria Justice Encourages Teens to 'Act Out Loud' and Help Save Lives During May's National Youth Traffic Safety Month
04/19/2012 Car crashes are the no. 1 cause of teen deaths and the fast-approaching summer months prove to be the deadliest. In advance of National Youth Traffic Safety Month® in May, The Allstate Foundation and National Organizations for Youth ... read more »New National Survey Shows Nearly Forty Percent Drop In Teen Confidence About Their Financial Futures
04/11/2012 A new study from Junior Achievement USA and The Allstate Foundation revealed that only 56 percent of teens 14-18 years old think they will be as financially well-off or better than their parents. read more »Allstate Applauds U.S. Rep. Allen West for Support of National Graduated Driver Licensing Legislation
03/13/2012 Allstate joined U.S. Rep. Allen West (R-FL) in Jupiter, Fla. today as he announced his co-sponsorship of the Safe Teen and Novice Uniform Protection (STANDUP) Act - H.R. 1515. read more »Community Heroes, Rodney Peete Kick Off Allstate's National "Give Back Day" in Honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.
12/08/2011 For the fourth consecutive year, Allstate Insurance Company is paying tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., by encouraging individuals to volunteer in their communities on MLK Day 2012 (Jan. 16) through its Give Back Day program (allst... read more »Allstate and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel Dedicate New Soccer Field at Humboldt Park
10/15/2011 Allstate Insurance Company was joined this morning by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, local officials and several dozen soccer-playing kids to dedicate Allstate Field, a new, state-of-the-art soccer field at Humboldt Park located in the city... read more »It's Time to Talk: More Than One-Third of Americans Have Never Discussed Domestic Violence
10/10/2011 Even though domestic violence affects one in four women in their lifetime, more than one-third of Americans have never discussed the issue with a friend or family member. Three out of five believe that it is a difficult issue to discuss.... read more »The Allstate Foundation and National Network to End Domestic Violence Named Finalists for U.S. Chamber Partnership Award
09/27/2011 The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Business Civic Leadership Center (BCLC) announced that The Allstate Foundation and the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) are finalists for the Best Partnership Award, a category in the prestig... read more »Allstate Recognized by CDP for Climate Change Disclosure: Named to S&P 500 Leadership Index
09/22/2011 Allstate Insurance Company announced today it has been named to the Carbon Disclosure Project’s (CDP) 2011 Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index for its proactive approach to the disclosure of the company’s climate change inform... read more »Allstate Releases 2010 Social Responsibility Report, "When Good Hands People Give Back™"
08/24/2011 Allstate Insurance Company today released its annual Social Responsibility Report, entitled "When Good Hands People Give Back". The report reviews Allstate's community involvement and sustainability strategy, as well as goals for four ma... read more »South Florida's Alicia Ewen Named Volunteer of the Year and National Jefferson Award 'Champion'
06/22/2011 Allstate is proud to announce Alicia Ewen (Uh-LISH-uh YOU-in) of Coconut Creek as Allstate's Helping Hands Volunteer of the Year. Selected from dozens of nominations, Ewen was chosen for her efforts to make the dream of home ownership a ... read more »Teens' 'Acting Out' About Teen Safe Driving Earns $60,000 for Schools
05/31/2011 Eleven U.S. high schools were selected from more than 80 schools around the country as winners of the national Act Out Loud contest to curb distracted driving, earning prizes totaling $60,000. read more »Economics Crash Course: Teens Learn College Education Doesn't Come Cheap
05/31/2011 A new study from Junior Achievement and The Allstate Foundation reveals that teens are feeling the fallout from the recession in a number of ways. Two-thirds of teens are changing their college plans due to the recession: half are workin... read more »