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Grants support local Allstate agency owners’ volunteer work in Kingman

KINGMAN – The volunteer work of Allstate exclusive agency owners Angie Whitesides and Trini Theel helped secure a total of $3,000 in grants from The Allstate Foundation to support two Kingman nonprofits:
• Kingman Aid to Abused People received a $2,000 grant as a result of Kingman Allstate agency owners Angie Whitesides and Trini Theel’s volunteerism.
• Boys & Girls Club of Kingman received a $1,000 grant as a result of Kingman Allstate agency owner Angie Whitesides’ volunteerism.
“Commitment to our communities is a natural extension of what we do every day - protecting people from life’s uncertainties and preparing them for the future,” said Denis Bailey, Allstate’s Field Senior Vice President in Arizona. “With support from The Allstate Foundation, these local nonprofits can continue making the Kingman community stronger.”
These two nonprofits are a part of 3,500 organizations this year that will receive The Allstate Foundation Helping Hands® in the Community grants secured by agency owners on behalf of organizations for which they volunteer. The grants support nonprofits focused on teen safe driving, disaster preparedness, hunger and other causes.
The Helping Hands® grants are one example of Allstate’s tradition of service. In the past 20 years, Allstate employees, agency owners and their staffs have donated more than $368 million and more than 4 million volunteer hours to charitable causes.

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