On January 17, 2014, the JPMorgan Chase Foundation announced a $6.3 million grant to help people gain access to safe and affordable housing. Dedicated to helping neighborhoods rebound through strategic community development, one third of the firm’s contributions will help minority residents in underserved communities. Programs will help first-time homebuyers, develop affordable housing, and prevent homelessness, specifically among veterans.
Through several non-profit agencies dedicated to helping first time homebuyers, veterans, and the homeless, JP Morgan Chase continues to help communities and individuals who are struggling. Programs will be administered in various languages. Grants have been awarded as follows:
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