JPMorgan Chase donates $5M to assist Japan
JPMorgan Chase is extending a helping hand to Japan in the aftermath of the country’s worst earthquake on record.
The financial services company is committing $5 million to near-term relief and recovery efforts in Japan.
The company’s contribution to the relief efforts will be divided into employee and company donations. JPMorgan Chase Japan already has pledged $1.1 million to relief efforts and the company will match $1 million in employee contributions to The American Red Cross and World Vision. The remaining funds will be donated to charitable and relief organizations.