In 1926, we began as a small insurer helping farmers get the best value for car insurance. Today we’re one of America’s most diversified financial services organizations. We’re a big Fortune 100 company, but we’ve never acted like one. At heart, we know we’re in the business of protecting people and the things they care about most.
Because we don’t have shareholders, we can allocate our financial and human resources in ways many companies can’t. We combine philanthropy, workplace giving and volunteerism to make a powerful impact, and we focus our efforts on important priorities like emergencies, basic needs and crisis stabilization.