JPMorgan Chase is committed to helping military families and veterans own homes and providing assistance to keep people in their homes.
Awarding 1,000 Homes
Chase has promised to provide 1,000 mortgage-free homes to veterans in need over the next five years through its nonprofit partners.
Chase is currently partnered with three nonprofit partners in this effort:
Military Warriors Support Foundation Opens third party site disclosure in a new window provides homes for wounded servicemembers and their families as well as educational opportunities, job placement and training, and life skills programs. To learn more about the MWSF programs or to apply for a home, visit militarywarriors.org Opens third party site disclosure in a new window.
Operation Homefront Opens third party site disclosure in a new window provides assistance to the families of service members and Wounded Warriors. With the “Homes on the Homefront” program, that assistance is extended to include consideration for Wounded Warriors, surviving single spouses of those killed in action, Post 9/11 disabled veterans as well as other veterans of any era. Military families and veterans can apply for the program or learn more by visiting OperationHomefront.net/HomesontheHomefront Opens third party site disclosure in a new window.
Building Homes for Heroes Opens third party site disclosure in a new window was founded in 2006 to provide individuals, corporations and others with an opportunity to help severely wounded and disabled veterans and their families rebuild their lives by building homes from the ground up or modifying existing homes to meet the needs of the brave men and women who have selflessly served our country. These mortgage-free homes not only help to remove the family's financial burden, they help to restore the individual's freedom, and enable the veteran to lead a more independent and productive civilian life. To learn more or apply for a home, visit buildinghomesforheroes.org Opens third party site disclosure in a new window.