Rochester-area Allstate agency owners are teaming up to host a supply drive to benefit the YWCA of Rochester & Monroe Counties.

The donations will support the nonprofit’s mission to empower women to regain control of their lives and to get on the path to a healthy, successful future. The supply drive is part of a multi-region Allstate Foundation Purple Purse donation effort that will benefit domestic violence nonprofits throughout Connecticut; Delaware; Maryland; Massachusetts; New Jersey; New York; Pennsylvania; Virginia; Washington, D.C.; and West Virginia.

Now through Dec. 11, the public can participate by donating cleaning supplies — mops, brooms, paper towels and powdered laundry detergent — nonperishable food, personal care items, diapers and infant formula. A complete list of most-needed supplies can be at bit.ly/AllstateFoundationRochester.

Through their volunteer efforts, each participating Rochester-area Allstate agency owner will secure a $1,000 Allstate Foundation Helping Hands grant. The National Network to End Domestic Violence will accept the grants and distribute the funding to local domestic violence nonprofits.

“As small business owners and community leaders, these Allstate agency owners see firsthand the opportunities and challenges facing the communities they serve,” said New York Region Allstate spokesperson Kayla Taylor. “Giving back is core to who they are as agency owners, which is why they’re proud to volunteer and raise funds to support survivors of domestic violence and their families across the Rochester area.”

Items are being collected at various Allstate locations: Timothy Allen, Suite 300, 1260 Scottsville Road, Rochester; June Birrittella, 119 E. Union St., Newark; Kristina Gambino, Suite 220, 849 Paul Road, Rochester; Nicholas Gambino, 2820 Dewey Ave., Rochester; Jay Haidari, Suite 4, 3366 Latta Road, Rochester; Jay Haidari, Suite 210A, 807 Ridge Road, Webster; Jay Haidari, Suite 2, 10 E. Main St., Victor; Jason Jarvis, Suite 2, 22 Main St., Mount Morris; Shaun Kemp, 272 S. Main St., Canandaigua; Michael Lodge, 2541 Monroe Ave., Rochester; Charles Lovall, 2080 W. Ridge Road, Rochester; Laurie Pallini, 1120 Crosspointe Lane, Webster; Craig Papke, 251 W. Ridge Road, Rochester; Haroon Roohi, 1900 Clinton Ave. South, Rochester; Douglas Rose, 1161 N. Greece Road, Rochester; Kenneth Smiley, 90 Office Parkway, Pittsford; Nathaniel Szatkowski, Suite 200, 100 Meridian Center Blvd., Rochester; Nathaniel Tyler, 1835 N. Union St., Spencerport; Dave Williams, Suite 130, 10 Old Hojack Lane, Hilton; Dave Williams, 338 Eastview Mall, Victor; Lauren Williams, 794 Spencerport Road, Rochester; and Glen Ziccarelli, 4105 W. Henrietta Road, Rochester.

The National Network to End Domestic Violence and YWCA of Rochester & Monroe Counties are among thousands of organizations this year to receive Allstate Foundation Helping Hands grants secured by Allstate agency owners and financial specialists for their volunteer efforts. The grants support organizations addressing domestic violence, youth empowerment, disaster preparedness, hunger and other causes.

Visit PurplePurse.com for more information.