Say hello to a company that cares

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 other 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.

Our corporate citizenship in action

Each year, a significant number of our associates across the country donate dollars, time and energy to important causes and charities.
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Our culture of giving back is evident through our associates’ engagement in campaigns that support blood donation, hunger relief and community giving, among others.

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Our associates volunteer on and off the clock to impact their communities and are rewarded for their efforts.

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Philanthropy

For more than 60 years, the Nationwide Foundation has made investments to meet the critical needs of our communities.

Meet our national partners

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American Red Cross

Nationwide and the American Red Cross have partnered for more than 75 years around a common purpose of helping communities through blood donation and disaster relief.

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Feeding America

Our hunger relief efforts began in 1981 and today, through our partnership with Feeding America, our associates collect funds and goods, and volunteer to benefit member food banks and other hunger relief agencies across the country.

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Nationwide Children's Hospital

Children’s well-being is at the heart of Nationwide’s mission to protect what’s most important.

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United Way

Nationwide has a long-standing partnership with United Way to help meet needs in the community, extending back to the early 1950s.