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Lakota youth benefit from State Farm Neighborhood Assist® grant

Starting April 27, vote for this year’s finalists.

To celebrate the company’s 100th anniversary, State Farm Neighborhood Assist is awarding more grant dollars than ever in 2022. One hundred causes will win $25,000 grants to help fund projects to improve communities. Voting for this year’s Top 200 finalists runs from April 27 – May 6. The public can vote up to 10 times per day for their favorite causes from the list of finalists at The 100 winners will be announced June 7.

Rosebud Scholarship Fund won a Neighborhood Assist grant in 2019 and one of its students is Shallon. Shallon is a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, grew up on the reservation in South Dakota, and currently attends college in Minnesota, majoring in sociology.

“I really want to come back and be a mentor for the youth here, so they don’t have to struggle like I did,” said Shallon.

Watch the video to see the positive impact of a Neighborhood Assist grant on this community.


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