Help a Community with State Farm Neighborhood Assist

State Farm Neighborhood Assist

I wrote this review while participating in a campaign for Mom Central Consulting on behalf of State Farm and I received a promotional item to thank me for my participation.

State Farm Neighborhood Assist

There are many benefits to living in a rural area or small town like mine. My family enjoys the privacy gained by owning property, and the ability to have horses, goats, and other animals. Traffic is not an issue. Some days it seems like I see just as many golf carts, four wheelers and tractors going down the road, as I do cars. Friday night high school football games bring out the whole community. There are also some downfalls to living in a rural area. We lack the conveniences of shopping and restaurants, and there is little to no money for the arts, or programs to assist those in need. A pet rescue program is something I would really like to see. I am excited to learn about the State Farm Neighborhood Assist program where communities like yours and mine can get funding for projects that will make the community better.

State Farm Neighborhood Assist Program

State Farm Neighborhood Assist awards $25,000 grants to help communities through community development, education, and safety initiatives. There are 200 programs throughout the United States and Canada currently in the running to win one of 40 grants from State Farm Neighborhood Assist, and we can help decide who receives a grant by voting for our favorite.

40 Causes Will Get 25K

From now until April 22 you can vote for which causes you would like to receive $25,000. The 40 with the most votes will win! The applicants for 2013 are up on State Farm’s Facebook page and you can go and vote for your favorites (up to 10 votes per day) through April 22nd. It’s simple to find which causes are in the running, in your state.

Here is one of the grant winners from 2012:

See Also

Support the causes that mean the most to you by visiting State Farm’s Facebook Page. You may vote up to ten times each day, so be sure to visit daily and make your voice count!

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