The mission of the Allianz Community Relations program is to promote financial literacy, and the independence and self-sufficiency of senior citizens in the Twin Cities area. We strongly believe in sharing our financial resources and expertise with organizations representing the following categories, which receive priority consideration when allocating funding.

Grants typically range from $10,000 to $20,000.

2018 grant application categories and deadlines
Financial literacy Organizations must illustrate their ability to provide financial literacy education or training and/or illustrate their ability to educate consumers on retirement planning education. Grant application

Must be postmarked by March 1, 2018
Senior services Allianz will not be accepting any unsolicited senior services grant proposals in 2018. We will be accepting senior services grant proposals again on July 1, 2019.

Organizations must illustrate how their program helps seniors be self-sufficient (specifically food, transportation, adaptive living, and basic living needs) and/or enhances the quality of life of seniors through community programming and/or community outreach (specifically social vitality through social activity and interaction).
Best Prep and Junior Achievement Allianz has made a three-year commitment to BestPrep and Junior Achievement with the intent of involving employees in their school-based financial literacy efforts.

Contribution to each program – $75,000

To apply:

Grant requests must be submitted in writing and in the format of the Allianz Corporate Giving Application form. The narrative portion of the grant request should be no more than eight pages in length (excluding required attachments). You must submit all grant applications by mail and via email (in a Word document).

Mail:
Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America
Attention: Laura Juergens, Community Relations Manager
5701 Golden Hills Drive
Minneapolis, MN 55416-1297

Email:
Laura.Juergens@allianzlife.com

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