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Our community commitment

From our corporate headquarters in Indianapolis, we’ve grown into a national provider of insurance and financial services, with offices in California, Maine, Wisconsin and beyond. We’re committed to making a difference in people’s lives and the communities we serve.

Helping others is at our core. At OneAmerica Financial, we’re making commitments that matter. Our vision to improve the quality of life in our communities, which are stronger because of our support and volunteer efforts. Here are some of the ways we are making an impact:

  • Education & workforce development

    Being there for our community means leading education efforts and workforce development for future success. OneAmerica Financial invests in both education and workforce development because we understand how critical it is to have both.

  • Safety, wellness & success

    Being there for you means working to keep our communities healthy and safe. We support our neighbors and those in need through disaster relief, feeding the hungry, the homeless and by providing essential needs and services through United Way agencies.

  • Community vibrancy & civic causes

    Being there for our vibrant communities can be seen through our effort to support the arts, and as the proud title sponsor of the OneAmerica Financial 500 Festival Mini-Marathon for more than 15 years.

Community grants

At OneAmerica Financial, helping our communities thrive is important to us, and we make it a priority to give back to all the communities where we do business.

Our goal is to help our customers, their families and their communities prepare for their financial futures. Each year, we reserve portion of the company’s average earnings for grant programs. These commitments not only help our customers, they also help meet the needs of our communities.

  • Education (primarily K-12, early childhood and at-risk populations)
  • Workforce development efforts to increase employment and develop talent locally
  • Community safety, wellness and success that provide support for basic community needs
  • Arts and cultural experiences that add to the vibrancy of the community
  • Civic initiatives that strengthen our communities

OneAmerica Financial grant guidelines and grant application

Our standard process is for contribution and sponsorship requests to be reviewed and approved during the third quarter of each year (July through September) to help determine the following year’s budget. Occasionally, the OneAmerica Financial Contributions Committee reviews new, unbudgeted requests from 501(c)3 organizations and allocates funds from a limited reserve.


Please submit an application for contributions through this link

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