Sunday, January 10, 2010

JPMorgan Chase Foundation

JPMorgan Chase supports non-governmental organizations working internationally in three focus areas: community development, youth education, and arts and culture. Requests focusing on microfinance and small business development, low-income housing, youth education in low-income communities, and arts and culture projects aimed at promoting asset development in low-income communities are of particular interest.

Nonprofit organizations both inside and outside the U.S. where JPMorgan Chase has a grants program, including specific countries in the Asia/Pacific region, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Latin America, as well as Canada, are eligible to apply.

Organizations based in the United States can apply throughout the year using the online letter of inquiry form available on the JPMorgan Chase website.

International organizations based outside the U.S. must submit a short preliminary proposal via email to the appropriate regional grant coordinator.

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