Articles tagged with 'Good Neighbor' | State Farm

Good Neighbor Stories (Good Neighbor)

2021
July
27,
2021
| 14:24 PM America/Chicago
Jeff Stambaugh talks to people on the worst day of their lives, and has for 33 years.“Doesn’t matter if it’s after a fire or a flood or whatever; when I’m talking to somebody, it’s usually because they’re having a pretty bad day,” said Jeff, State Fa...
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March
25,
2021
| 15:11 PM America/Chicago
Every dog is uniqueEach year, more than 3 million dogs end up in shelters and rescues for a variety of reasons. Many are bull dog breeds or pit bull-type dogs and, because of their breed, they’re are often overlooked for adoption. State Farm does not...
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2020
June
30,
2020
| 09:06 AM America/Chicago
Acts of generosity often have a lasting impact. Sometimes they come full circle, so recipients of help are later givers. At age 13, Jennie Dibala, her mom and two siblings moved into a Habitat for Humanity home in Michigan. It was a tremendous boost ...
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June
05,
2020
| 09:47 AM America/Chicago
 State Farm has a long history of partnering with organizations committed to social justice. Today, we take another step to help influence change.We pledge to work with the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. and will make a $1 million don...
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April
10,
2020
| 08:40 AM America/Chicago
Announcing the Good Neighbor Relief Program! Our auto policyholders in force between March 20 and May 31 will receive on average a 25% policy credit (no policyholder action needed). More than ever, being a good neighbor means everything....
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April
02,
2020
| 13:04 PM America/Chicago
You’re probably looking at the items in your cupboard and on your grocery list a bit differently now. The shelf-stable, protein-packed jar of peanut butter is one staple likely to be getting a bit more respect.Food pantries have long known the impact...
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March
27,
2020
| 14:29 PM America/Chicago
State Farm® and the Atlanta Hawks have combined forces to help combat food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic among vulnerable populations in Atlanta.By providing support to Goodr, an Atlanta-based social impact startup leveraging technology to ...
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March
09,
2020
| 08:44 AM America/Chicago
Twenty years ago, a month-old baby girl was life-flighted to Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. She had a congenital defect called a vascular ring – two aorta veins formed during gestation that encircled her trachea and esophagus – ...
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March
09,
2020
| 08:42 AM America/Chicago
Join the conversation on Yammer! Twenty years ago, a month-old baby girl was life-flighted to Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. She had a congenital defect called a vascular ring – two aorta veins formed during gestation th...
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2019
September
23,
2019
| 14:52 PM America/Chicago
Planting flowers in the park. Bringing cookies to your neighbor. Donating school supplies. You have the power to do good things. It’s part of being a good neighbor. But, did you know, there’s a national observance dedicated to actions like these?It’s...
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August
19,
2019
| 11:31 AM America/Chicago
A day like any other took a different turn when a group of State Farm® employees received a big surprise. Their seemingly “ordinary” actions, contributed to an extraordinary story - one about the collective power of giving back and helping others. ...
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May
02,
2019
| 16:13 PM America/Chicago
“It’s one of those nightmares you try to block out.” On the evening of June 9, 2015, veterinarian, Kenneth Kimbrough, wrapped up his last appointment, said goodbye to his staff, and went home. “It was business as usual, until the fire departmen...
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February
22,
2019
| 15:19 PM America/Chicago
It’s been said winter friends are forever. To help children in Bloomington, Illinois, and Minnetonka, Minnesota, stay warm as they play and make winter friends, State Farm donated 10,000 hats and gloves. The company facilitated the donation throug...
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2018
June
04,
2018
| 13:00 PM America/Chicago
Seven people die in home fires every day and most deaths are due to non-working smoke alarms, according to the American Red Cross. State Farm® partnered with the Red Cross on a campaign to educate citizens across the United States on fire safety a...
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April
16,
2018
| 00:00 AM America/Chicago
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. According to the National Safety Council, more than 40,000 people were killed on the roads last year, with distracted driving listed as a major contributor. From coast to coast, people are joining toget...
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2017
May
24,
2017
| 08:58 AM America/Chicago
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) today announced a new sponsorship working with State Farm for its Motorist Safety Patrol Program, a service offering free roadway assistance to motorists in need. Formerly known as the Courtesy Patrol,...
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April
07,
2017
| 06:52 AM America/Chicago
State Farm and Junior Achievement work together to provide much needed financial education to Houston middle school students. ...
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March
14,
2017
| 07:00 AM America/Chicago
State Farm believes neighborhood reaches far beyond a specific location: we call it our Neighborhood of Good™. Join us! ...
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February
28,
2017
| 08:00 AM America/Chicago
Rare twin tornadoes results in chaos, fatalities and severe damage. Towns were rebuilt with help from volunteers and State Farm. ...
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February
22,
2017
| 08:00 AM America/Chicago
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February
01,
2017
| 08:00 AM America/Chicago
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January
31,
2017
| 08:00 AM America/Chicago
Your phone rings – it’s an emergency. You get minimal information. Someone you do NOT know needs help. Your response is to drop everything to be there. That’s what Nancy Kapko and Trauma Intervention Program (TIP) volunteers do every day. “TIP ...
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January
19,
2017
| 08:00 AM America/Chicago
My name is Strength My voice is strong Knowing what I know now I would never have gone Into the arms of a man who had never grown As Dawn read aloud her poem, her words were punctuated by painful sounds only she could hear: a car door sla...
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2016
December
15,
2016
| 08:00 AM America/Chicago
You should really wear a hard hat when visiting Construction City. It helps if you’re sure-footed too. Cardboard scraps, discarded rolls of tape, hacksaws, and random pairs of shoes are common sights. Turn a corner and you might find yourself in t...
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December
13,
2016
| 08:00 AM America/Chicago
You’re driving to work and you hear sirens. You recognize the sound and immediately pull over. You hope wherever those emergency vehicles are going, the people will be okay. Every second counts when first responders race to their destination. But ...
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December
08,
2016
| 08:00 AM America/Chicago
Melia was a young woman in the early 90’s and she needed a job. And work wasn’t dropping out of the sky in her small Alabama town. So she took a chance on the big city of Birmingham, moving away from everything she knew, including family and friends....
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December
06,
2016
| 08:00 AM America/Chicago
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