At work in Greater Washington, D.C.

From Baltimore to Richmond, we're expanding our presence and working with local leaders and organizations to uplift communities in the Greater Washington, D.C. area. We’re strengthening the local economy and encouraging workforce development through investments in local career and entrepreneurship non-profits. We continue to expand access to financial health education, by hosting over 200 free events at our community branches including the innovative Skyland Center. Through these efforts, we are dedicated to boosting this community, creating more opportunities and inclusive growth for the area and its residents.

Rowhouses in Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, DC

Achieving more together in Greater Washington, D.C.

Data updated as of March 2024


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Supporting Affordable Housing

Neighborhood Development Company (NDC) is supporting community development across Washington, D.C., by building affordable housing and creating spaces for local businesses. With help from JPMorgan Chase, NDC has recently developed 1100 Eastern Ave., a mixed-use development with a ground-floor daycare center and 63 affordable units.

Expanding Local Job Training Programs

Since its inception, DC Central Kitchen’s (DCCK) Culinary Job Training program has helped over 1,700 people launch culinary careers. JPMorgan Chase provided New Markets Tax Credit financing to help expand the program and DCCK’s physical space—resulting in an anticipated $200 million in annual financial impact for the community by 2025.

Investing in Community Health Care

Whitman-Walker opened a health center in 2023 on the campus of St. Elizabeths in Congress Heights. JPMorgan Chase supported the development, which will bring much-needed medical services and jobs to Wards 7 and 8—neighborhoods that have historically lacked access to health care.

See impact in action


Entrepreneurs Expand Access to Healthy Food in D.C.

JPMorgan Chase Helps Local Entrepreneur Expand Her Business, Bringing Healthy Food Options to Ward 7

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Expanding Employment and Opportunity in Baltimore

A new virtual call center—inspired by a similar model in Detroit—is creating jobs and helping employees start their career journeys with JPMorgan Chase.

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Equitable Development Bridges the Economic Divide in Washington D.C. 

Building an elevated park to unite Capitol Hill and Anacostia.

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Expanding JPMorgan Chase’s Presence in Greater Washington, D.C.

As JPMorgan Chase deepens its investment in Greater Washington, the bank looks forward to continuing to make a difference

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JPMorganChase has been bringing the best of our business to the Greater Washington, D.C., region for over 50 years. We are expanding our local presence, opening 140 additional branches across D.C., Maryland and Virginia by 2025. We're working to create more economic opportunity for all people, regardless of the neighborhoods where they live or work.

Alfonso Guzman

Mid-Atlantic Region Director