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JPMorgan Chase has been bringing the best of our business and philanthropic efforts to bear in Greater Washington since 1999. Our focus – whether it be through the opening of 70 new branches, the hiring of nearly 700 new employees, or our $25 million regional philanthropic commitment – is to create opportunity for more area residents. We’re proud to provide award-winning service to more than 2 million customers and over 70,000 business clients. Driving inclusive growth from Anacostia to Capitol Hill, we are leveraging our expertise to move the needle in key focus areas such as jobs and skills, small business expansion, neighborhood revitalization and financial health. Together, we are working to build a better D.C. and a better nation.

D.C. Branches Wrapped in Community Culture

JPMorgan Chase partners with Arts on the Block apprentices to design and fabricate mosaics for three Chase branches in Washington, D.C.

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$ 25M

Philanthropic support to drive inclusive economic growth

$ 4B

Committed to regional home and small business lending

169K

Consumer customers in Washington D.C.

7.2K

Business customers in Washington D.C.

Our Commitment to Washington, D.C.

Fueling Greater Washington’s Expansion

Collaboration: the key to expanding economic opportunity in our nation’s capital

Growing More than Just Business

How a strategic model for market expansion is driving inclusive economic growth

What Business Can Do For Affordable Housing

Colleen Briggs on affordable housing in the Washington D.C. area

“We want to create a regional economy that benefits everyone. By expanding our business and increasing philanthropic investments, JPMorgan Chase is supporting the future of Greater Washington and providing economic opportunity for more people.”

— Peter Scher,
Chairman of the Mid-Atlantic Region and Global Head of Corporate Responsibility, JPMorgan Chase

Workforce

An Unlikely Meeting Reveals a Decades-Long Connection

When JPMorgan Chase’s Doug Krinsky started building relationships in D.C., he never thought he would uncover a story like this

D.C. Branches Wrapped in Community Culture

JPMorgan Chase partners with Arts on the Block apprentices to design and fabricate mosaics for D.C. Chase branches

Cracking the Code on the Tech Industry’s Diversity Challenge

JPMorgan Chase is teaming up with HBCUs to create opportunity for black students interested in technology

Small Business

Return on Community

Investing in Opportunity, Greater Washington Region

Creating Space for Artists of Color in D.C.

JPMorgan Chase and Ascend 2020 are helping Nubian Hueman bring underrepresented artists to the foreground

Bringing Cajun Cuisine to the Heart of D.C.

JPMorgan Chase and Wacif helped Po Boy Jim open and deliver uniquely crafted food to D.C. residents

Neighborhood Revitalization

Bridging the Divide in Washington D.C.

Can an elevated park unite Capitol Hill and Anacostia?

A 'Housing First' Strategy Could Help Solve Veteran Homelessness

When military members return home, they should have an actual place to call home

How D.C. Residents are Helping Each Other Save Money and Build Credit

JPMorgan Chase is investing $125 million in the financial health of residents in underserved communities

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