The firm is committed to building vibrant communities, preserving the environment and promoting an inclusive culture across the globe that benefits people not only today, but for generations to come.
Alongside traditional philanthropy and volunteering activities, J.P. Morgan applies core expertise to social and environmental challenges. The firm also supports the individual interests and volunteerism activities initiated by colleagues, supporting our local, regional and national markets.
Following are highlights of our philanthropic activities with strategic social partners in Mexico:
- Un Techo para Mi País
Un Techo para Mi País (UTPMP) was founded in Chile in 1997 by a group of university students who were appalled by the country’s deplorable slum conditions and felt compelled to take an active role in eradicating extreme poverty. UTPMP works to overcome the lack of opportunities and the unacceptable living conditions of more than 200 million Latin Americans. The organization works in 15 countries across the region.
The firm supports UTPMP in Mexico City, impacting the community by improving people’s well-being. Employees and their families have participated in UTPMP projects.
- Fideicomiso (Bécalos)
Bécalos was formed in 2006 through an alliance consisting of The Mexican Bank Association, Fundacion Televisa and other banks within Mexico. The aim of the foundation is to benefit thousands of students and teachers, and, with their assistance, build a better society and a fair and competitive country that can face the challenges of change, growth and development.
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Submission of projects for JPMorgan Chase Foundation takes place annually during the month of July. For more information, send an email to: email@example.com.