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Relationship abuse

Disrupt the cycle of relationship abuse

Since 2005, The Allstate Foundation has invested more than $90 million to empower survivors to live free from relationship abuse.

We give them tools to achieve financial security. And we educate youth on healthy relationships and men of all ages on healthy masculinity to prevent future abuse.

It starts with awareness

More than 10 million people in the U.S. are abused by their partners each year.

Relationship abuse disproportionately impacts BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and people of color) communities. BIPOC survivors encounter additional barriers to support due to structural and systemic racism. For all populations, the COVID-19 pandemic increased abuse and reduced access to support.

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How we help

The Allstate Foundation collaborates with nonprofit partners to focus on these strategies to help survivors achieve financial security and live free from abuse:

  • Deepen investment in asset-building programs, including cash assistance, matching savings and credit building.
  • Strengthen the capacity and elevate best practices of culturally specific organizations.
  • Expand public understanding of relationship abuse and advance an empowered survivor narrative.
  • Promote the well-being of staff and advocates who support survivors.
  • Explore internal opportunities to support survivors through existing Allstate products and practices.
  • Educate youth about healthy relationships and men about healthy masculinity to prevent abuse.

The Allstate Foundation Moving Ahead Curriculum

This educational resource provides information and crucial skills to enable survivors to reach financial security and position themselves for safety.

Course details

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1Futures Without Violence, "Economic Abuse Within Adolescent Relationships", 2022

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