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Percentage of Teens Who Think They Will be Financially Dependent on Parents Until age 25-27 More Than Doubles, New Survey Finds

Junior Achievement USA® and The Allstate Foundation survey indicates teens are more optimistic about financial futures, yet concerned about paying for higher education
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April 2, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Junior Achievement USA® (JA) and The Allstate Foundation's 2013 Teens and Personal Finance Poll shows that teenagers are more optimistic about their financial futures, with a 20 percent increase in teens believing they will be financially better off than their parents. However, part of their financial security comes from depending on parents until a later age.

The Allstate Foundation Reaches Nearly 100,000 Survivors of Domestic Violence and Educates One Million Teens on Safe Driving in 2012

More than $19 million donated to nonprofits to create safer, stronger communities
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March 5, 2013 /3BL Media/ - From ending domestic violence and supporting teen safe driving to helping Americans prepare for catastrophe, The Allstate Foundation has helped address society’s most pressing issues in 2012. More than $19 million from the Foundation supported the work of local and national nonprofits to build safe, diverse and financially strong communities.

Ticket Your Parents program comes to Teays Valley East Middle School

Students issue parents citations for unsafe driving behaviors
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February 12, 2013 /3BL Media/ -

WHAT: Ticket Your Parents program presented by the Ohio Teen Safe Driving Coalition

WHEN: 1 p.m. Feb. 15, 2013

WHERE: Teays Valley East Middle School, 655 Viking Way, Ashville, OH 43103, (740) 983-4074

Media who wish to visit the school must call ahead and sign in at the main office prior to entering the school.

WHO: Members of the Ohio Teen Safe Driving Coalition, middle school students and teachers

Allstate and Operation HOPE Join Together for Sandy Recovery Efforts

$100,000 grant will support financial counseling and guidance for families
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Atlanta, Ga., February 5, 2012 /3BL Media/ – Operation HOPE is pleased to announce that Allstate Insurance Company is committing $100,000 to bolster financial guidance and recovery efforts for the financial dignity nonprofit’s initiative, Project Restore HOPE: Hurricane Sandy. Through Project Restore HOPE, volunteers are being recruited and trained to provide financial recovery assistance to those who need guidance restoring their homes and businesses.

The Allstate Foundation's Purple Purse Campaign Raises $15,000 for Chicago YWCA to Help Victims of Domestic Violence

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February 4, 2013 /3BL Media/ - The YWCA in Chicago was one of 14 local affiliates that partnered with The Allstate Foundation for the Purple Purse campaign that raised $15,000 for domestic violence services in the local community for Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The Allstate Foundation put the power into Americans' hands with the Purple Purse, the Foundation's symbol for domestic violence, to help break the cycle of abuse.

New Grant Program Aims to Build a Better Nonprofit Community

The Allstate Foundation celebrates sixtieth anniversary by awarding $600,000 in capacity building grants to nonprofits
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NORTHBROOK, Ill., January 11, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Nonprofits from around the country recently had the unique opportunity to help develop a grant program with the sole focus of making their organizations more effective. The grant program launched in conjunction with The Allstate Foundation’s sixtieth anniversary at a summit in Chicago that focused on building the capacity of nonprofits and a discussion on innovations in the nonprofit community.

Domestic Violence Survivors Receive Access to More Than $1 million in Financial Empowerment Services

The Allstate Foundation's Financial Empowerment Grant program addresses unique financial challenges faced by survivors
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October 29, 2012 /3BL Media/ - 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.  The grant program, a joint effort between The Allstate Foundation and National Network to End Domestic Violence, aims to reach an estimated 30,000 domestic violence survivors and supports statewide domestic violence coalitions that provide innovative financial empowerment services.

Aramark Helps the Homeless Find Work; CSC Launches Charitable Program; Allstate Sponsors High School Journalism Awards - CSR Minute for October 17, 2012

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Aramark is establishing a hub for job readiness at UMOM New Day Centers in Phoenix, providing ongoing resources and expertise to help individuals obtain jobs. Aramark will provide support for UMOM’s workforce programs, offering monthly tutoring, and workshops for developing resumes and practicing interview skills.

Teens Asked to Act Out Loud for Teen Safe Driving

The Allstate Foundation and National Organizations for Youth Safety challenge teens to raise awareness about #1 killer of teens—car crashes
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(3BL Media) Northbrook, IL - September 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 and help teens engage their peers in a conversation on teen safe driving. High schools teams across the country can enter the contest at www.ActOutLoud.org to be eligible for a $10,000 grand prize.

First Responders Receive Support from Allstate Foundation to Aid in Wildfire Recovery Effort

Rist Canyon Volunteer Fire Department and Waldo Canyon Fire Fighters Fund Receive Support to Continue Relief Efforts
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(3BL Media) Englewood. CO - July 2, 2012 - Today, The Allstate Foundation announced a donation of $20,000 to local first responder organizations for the recent Colorado wildfire outbreak. The Rist Canyon Volunteer Fire Department and the Waldo Canyon Fire Fighters Fund will each receive a $10,000 grant to aid in the recovery process.  Each of these emergency response organizations serve communities hit hard by the destructive High Park and Waldo Canyon fires.  

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