Red Bank Personal Financial Representative Helps Rebuild Local Community After Sandy

Red Bank, N.J. – This grant, supported through a $1 million allocation from The Allstate Foundation, provides necessary resources to help local nonprofits in affected areas rebuild. Local community organizations where Allstate New Jersey agency owners and personal financial representatives are affiliated were selected or nominated to apply for grants up to $5,000.   

“At Allstate New Jersey, we have compassion to help those in need and ensure the safety and vitality of communities,” said Goldberg. “Thousands of our employees and agency owners are working around the clock to help our customers and communities rebuild from the devastation caused by Sandy. The grant to Lunch Break will help our community recover and ensure people can get the essential services they need.”

Lunch Break is a nonprofit organization located in Red Bank that provides life’s basic necessities — food, clothing and fellowship for community members in need.

Allstate New Jersey and The Allstate Foundation’s response to Sandy is part of a wide-ranging commitment to prepare families for life’s uncertainties. In 2012, The Allstate Foundation partnered with Feeding America to provide more than 1,000,000 meals to the needy and recently launched a partnership with Points of Light to provide emergency planning education for families around the country.


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