Following Nebraska Flooding, JPMorgan Chase Offers Help
The company will donate to the Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation.
The flooding in Nebraska has been devastating. Many families have lost their homes, some communities have no drinking water and farmers have seen their farms destroyed.
To help with relief, recovery and rebuilding efforts, JPMorgan Chase is giving $150,000 to the Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation, whose Disaster Relief Fund is providing emergency aid to those affected.
We are also working directly with customers who have reached out for help.
“We will continue supporting our employees, customers and impacted communities in the coming weeks,” said Larry Guenther, Middle Market Banking Executive at JPMorgan Chase Commercial Banking.