Supporting Those Affected by Tropical Storm Imelda

In the aftermath of Tropical Storm Imelda, JPMorgan Chase is making a philanthropic contribution to help those hardest hit by the storm.

To help with relief efforts, JPMorgan Chase is committing $150,000 to On the Road Lending and Rebuilding Together Houston to help people in low- and moderate-income communities get access to transportation and repair the homes of seniors, veterans, people with disabilities and working families affected by the storm. In addition, the firm’s employees are participating in volunteering activities to contribute to relief efforts.

In addition to supporting relief efforts, JPMorgan Chase is looking into long-term strategies to help Houston communities, neighborhoods and businesses become more resilient.

“We are very proud of how our firm steps up in times of crisis,” said Kristen Habich, head of the Houston Market Leadership Team, and Elaine Agather, Regional Market Leadership Team Chair at JPMorgan Chase. “The prosperity and resiliency of our communities is a key priority for JPMorgan Chase.”