It's part of the company's "Neighborhood Assist Program"--an initiative to clean up and strengthen cities.
Projects range from new playground equipment to parks, or food drives.
People can submit a cause important to them for a chance to win a $25,000 dollar grant.
The top 200 causes will be announced on the program's Facebook page in April.
That's when any Facebook user can vote for the winners.
"We just want to spread the word to anybody that will listen," said State Farm Vice President of Public Affairs David Beigie. "Help is out there. Get your application together, get it in there, and get people to vote. We'd like to give this funding away to needy people and organizations."
Forty grants are available.
The winners will be announced April 29th.