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Our Support for New York and New Jersey Following Hurricane Ida 


We are all shaken by the devastating impact Hurricane Ida. We recognize many of our community members and some of our employees have been affected, either directly or indirectly, by this disaster.

To support relief, recovery and rebuilding efforts, JPMorgan Chase has committed $200K to a variety of organizations, listed below. These funds will provide immediate and urgent relief to the vulnerable communities heavily impacted by the hurricane in New York and New Jersey, where many homes and businesses have been damaged or destroyed. 

New York

BronxWorks
Catholic Charities of Staten Island
Center for New York City Neighborhoods
Chhaya Community Development Corporation
Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation
Neighborhood Housing Services of Brooklyn CDC
Neighborhood Housing Services of Queens CDC
Westchester Residential Opportunities

New Jersey

American Red Cross of Northern New Jersey
Community Food Bank of New Jersey
Ironbound Community Corporation

In addition to immediate disaster relief, we continue to invest in community resilience, supporting initiatives that help communities better prepare for natural disasters and manage the aftermath. The firm has set a target to finance $2.5 trillion over the next 10 years — including $1 trillion for green activities — to address climate change and support sustainable development.

Our hope is that these commitments support those impacted in rebuilding what was lost. 

 

Mike Cherny,
Boroughs MLT
co-Chair

Robert Rodriguez,
Boroughs MLT
co-Chair

Lester Pataki,
New Jersey
MLT Chair

Brian Huff,
Westchester
Hudson Valley
MLT co-Chair

Anthony Trimarchi,
Westchester Hudson
Valley MLT co-Chair