#Philanthropy: JPMorgan Donates towards Flood Relief

JP Morgan Chase & Co., a leading global financial services firm, has pledged a $50,000 donation from its foundation to provide relief for flood victims in Houston. The grant will be given to The Greater Houston Storm Relief Fund to support the relief efforts to victims in Harris, Fort Bend and Montgomery.

The Managing Director of JPMorgan Chase in Houston has said that many of its clients and employees have been affected by the flood and she aired her belief that the fund will help partners to help residents out of the situation.

The Greater Houston Storm Relief Fund operates under The Greater Houston Community Foundation and the funds will be sent to non-profit agencies and government who will in turn meet the immediate needs identified.


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