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JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Manager: Cheryl Mirer
Priority: Open

BACKGROUND

 JP Morgan Chase was built with hard work over 200 years.

FIELDS OF INTEREST

arts, education, economic self-reliance

LIMITATIONS

Must be within JPMorgan Chase area of business or a clients area.

FINANCIAL DATA

In 2013, JPMorgan Chase and its Foundation gave more than $210 million.

Grants range from $75,000 to $1.1 million

SELECTED GRANTS

  • $1,036,425 to Operation Homefront (San Antonio) for program support (2012).
  • $300,000 to Chicago Career Tech for program support (2012).
  • $255,000 to THIRTEEN (NY) for program support (2010).
  • $255,000 to THIRTEEN (NY) for program support (2009).
  • $231,200 to Homes for Our Troops (Taunton, MA) for program support (2012).
  • $211,750 to Sesame Workshop (NY) for program support (2012).
  • $200,000 to NPower (Brooklyn, NY) for program support (2012).
  • $200,000 to Jobs for the Future (Boston) for program support (2012).
  • $200,000 to YouthBuild (Somerville, MA) for program support (2012).
  • $185,000 to Chicago Jobs Council for program support (2012).
  • $175,000 to Chicago Jobs Council for 741 Workforce Development (2011).
  • $140,000 to United States Veterans Initiative (Los Angeles) for program support (2012).
  • $100,000 to Sesame Workshop (NY) for Water Education Initiative in Indonesia (2011).
  • $100,000 to Newark Public Radio (Newark, NJ) for continued support (2006).
  • $75,000 to Youth Technology Corps (Chicago) for program support (2012).
  • $75,000 to After School Matters (Chicago) for program support (2012).
  • $75,000 to Ghetto Film School (Bronx, NY) for Fellows Program (2011).