JPMorgan Chase believes more people should have access to opportunity and the chance to move up the economic ladder, particularly in the world’s cities, where the benefits of revitalization are not reaching everyone.
To achieve this mission, we have reimagined our approach to corporate responsibility: We combine a datadriven, strategic focus with what we believe are the essential inputs for creating lasting impact in our communities. This model is yielding real results, and we hope it can serve as a template for others seeking to address social and economic challenges.
Our global initiatives are focused on the key drivers of inclusive growth, and we are making big, long-term bets that directly leverage our firm’s worldwide presence, talent and resources.
AN INTEGRATED AND SUSTAINABLE APPROACH
Creating more widely shared prosperity depends on addressing the drivers of inclusive growth in an integrated way and strengthening the underlying systems needed to deliver sustainable change.
We continually iterate as we test new approaches
and learn more about what works best.
OUR MISSION:INCLUSIVE GROWTH
To enable more people to share in the rewards of a growing economy.
MODEL FOR IMPACT
LEVERAGING OUR CORE BUSINESS
Deploying capital, providing credit and applying our expertise to enable local economic development.
PROVIDING SKILLS AND EXPERTISE
Putting the capabilities of our firm and the knowledge of our people to work for our communities.
Forging partnerships among businesses, government and nonprofits to solve complex problems.
Strengthening the nonprofit sector and the underlying systems needed to support sustainable change.
DELIVERING DATA AND ANALYSIS
Harnessing the power of data and our firm’s insights into the global economy.
INVESTING PHILANTHROPIC CAPITAL
Making long-term investments to test and scale innovative programs.
Helping people develop the skills they need to compete for today’s jobs can transform lives and strengthen economies.
Small businesses and entrepreneurs generate jobs, create diverse communities and are vital to prosperous cities.
To thrive, communities need investment beyond the urban core to create neighborhoods where diverse individuals and families at all income levels can live.
Providing individuals with the tools and resources to manage their daily financial lives stabilizes households and benefits local economies.