Approximately 99 percent of survivors identify financial abuse as a tactic of power and control they experienced in an unsafe relationship.
Financial abuse often traps victims in unsafe relationships through identity theft, credit fraud and employment sabotage. To help survivors work past these issues, our team offers financial empower courses utilizing the Allstate Foundation's Moving Forward Curriculum. The goal of these courses is to create prosperous communities where survivors are empowered to break the cycle of domestic violence and financial abuse.
The curriculum covers multiple topics, including budgeting, managing debt and improving credit, and has proven to help survivors achieve long-term security. The courses are currently available in English and Spanish, with options in Vietnamese and French coming soon.
To participate in one of our financial empowerment courses, please contact our Financial Empowerment Educator,
Elodia Navarro at 515.244.8028.
About the Allstate Foundation Moving Forward Curriculum
The Allstate Foundation is an independent, charitable organization made possible by subsidiaries of The Allstate Corporation. It works to create more prosperous communities where people are inspired and empowered to fulfill their hopes and dreams by breaking the cycle of domestic violence, inspiring the next generation of leaders, strengthening nonprofit leaders and honoring. Allstate volunteers.
Since 2005, The Allstate Foundation has invested more than $70 million to help empower nearly
2 million domestic violence survivors through its domestic violence program.
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GreenState Credit Union is a proud supporter of this program
GreenState Credit Union is Iowa’s largest credit union and one of the top financial institutions in the United States for returning profits to members in the form of better rates and lower fees. GreenState serves over 350,000 members with 30 office locations. Membership is open to anyone living or working in Iowa as well as select counties in Illinois, Wisconsin, Nebraska, and South Dakota.
To learn more about their commitment to support survivors, click here.