JPMorgan Chase & Co. uses the Chase brand for its consumer and commercial banking businesses. Chase serves consumers and small businesses through 5,200 bank branches, 16,000 ATMs, mortgage offices, and online and mobile banking as well as through relationships with auto dealerships and schools and universities. Chase also has issued more than 90 million credit cards.
To find a Chase branch or ATM near you or for information on Chase products and services, please visit www.chase.com.
JPMorgan Chase has given more than $600 million to nonprofit organizations over the past five years, focusing on community development, education, and arts and culture. The bank strives to be a catalyst to meaningful, positive, and sustainable change within high-need neighborhoods and communities across the globe. In 2010, JPMorgan Chase and its Foundation gave more than $150 million through grants and sponsorships to thousands of not-for-profit organizations across 28 domestic markets and more than 25 countries abroad. It also supports employee efforts through matching gift and volunteer programs.
Since 2009, Chase has provided a national platform to more than half a million local charities through five Chase Community Giving programs. The program provides a platform for charities to promote their missions, attract new supporters, and gain visibility with more than 3.3 million Chase Community Giving fans.
At the end of the first program, we gave away $5 million to charities all over the country, including a grand prize donation of $1 million to Invisible Children to help children in Uganda.
In the summer of 2010, we gave away $5 million again to 200 small and local charities across the country, including a $250,000 donation to the Harry Potter Alliance, which uses popular culture to inspire young people across the world to become civically engaged.
And in 2011, we had 3 programs—in the spring we gave over $5 million to charities across the nation, including $500,000 to Chabad of Argentina Relief Appeal, a program which protects, deals with, and brings back the rights of children and teenagers in risky or abusive situations. In the fall, we donated over $3 million to 100 charities, including $250,000 to United Sikhs, a group dedicated to transforming underprivileged and minority individuals into informed and vibrant members of society. Then, in the winter, we sponsored the first ever American Giving Awards—you chose 5 former Chase Community Giving grant recipients to share $2 million in grants, and appear on a star-studded television special. To Write Love on Her Arms, a movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide, took home the $1 million grant.
Now, with your help, we're ready to do it again!
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