Chase to Donate $75,000 to Help after Colorado Floods

Chase to Donate $75,000 to Help after Colorado Floods

DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYS: JPM) announced today $75,000 in donations to support relief efforts after Colorado flooding.

Chase will:

"We want to help our neighbors coping with damage from this historic flood," said Todd Munson, president of JPMorgan Chase in Colorado. "We know the Red Cross and United Way can make an immediate difference for Colorado families and businesses."

In 2012, JPMorgan Chase earned the Governor's Community Service Award in Colorado and served as the Denver Business Journal's Partner in Philanthropy. In total, the company donated more than $2.7 million to Colorado charities last year. Employees volunteer thousands of hours at local charities, and plans are underway to help with flood relief.

About JPMorgan Chase

Chase is the consumer brand of JPMorgan Chase & Co. In Colorado, the firm has 2,000 employees and 120 Chase branches and serves 1.5 million consumers and 100,000 small businesses across the state. More information is available at

Mary Jane Rogers, 303-244-3142

KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  Colorado  Illinois


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