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Allstate donates $2,000 to Kaua‘i Island Fund

In response to the devastating floods on Kaua‘i, officials with the Allstate Insurance Company’s Northwest Regional Office have made a $2,000 donation to the Kaua‘i Island Fund, established by the Hawai‘i Community Foundation to help individuals affected by the overflow of the Ka Loko Reservoir in Kilauea, Allstate officials said in a press release.

“Allstate cares about the Hawai‘i community, and we hope this donation can provide some assistance to those in need during this difficult time,” said Steve Peters, Allstate’s market distribution leader for the state of Hawai‘i and a resident of Kane‘ohe.

“Our hearts go out to the individuals and families of Hawai‘i impacted by the flooding and overflow of the Ka Loko Reservoir Dam.” Allstate’s Northwest Regional Office is located in Bothell, Wash., and leaders there oversee company and agency operations in Hawai‘i, Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska.

Now celebrating the company’s 75th anniversary, those with The Allstate Corporation are part of the nation’s largest publicly held, personal-lines insurer.


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