The Allstate Foundation has partnered with the National Network to End Domestic
The Allstate Foundation has committed $75,000 to the fund and plans to contribute an additional $75,000 later this year, with additional funding in subsequent years.
The Education and Job Training Assistance Fund supports career-advancement activities such as professional licenses, workforce tools, and additional job training. Specific examples include licensing fees (nursing, social work, etc); books and supplies for school; job skills training (e.g., resume building, interview preparation, clothing); tuition; requirements for jobs (e.g., uniforms, tools); registration fees; temporary child care so that the applicant can attend school, take a class, or look for employment; public transportation; and rental fees for computer time at a computer center.
Any survivor of domestic violence is eligible to apply, although the fund requests that the application be completed by a local domestic violence program or a domestic violence coalition.
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