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See latest progress in our 2021 ESG Report.
Building on our existing investments, we are helping drive inclusive growth by committing $30 billion by the end of 2025 to advance economic growth and opportunity for Black, Hispanic and Latino communities.
Originate additional home purchase loans for Black, Hispanic and Latino households.
Finance the creation and preservation of affordable housing units in underserved communities.
Help Black, Hispanic and Latino households achieve lower mortgage payments through refinance loans.
Provide additional loans to small businesses in majority Black, Hispanic and Latino communities.
Help people open low-cost checking or savings accounts.
Invest capital and deposits in Black, Hispanic and Latino-owned MDIs and CDFIs.
Brian Lamb, Global Head of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
See how our progress comes to life through the stories of the people and communities we help.
Financial Health Resources
Putting Homeownership Within Reach
We're making it easier for customers to achieve homeownership by offering a homebuyer grant of $2,500 or $5,000 to cover closing costs and down payment to customers based on the community they buy in, regardless of their income.
Refinance to Help Save on Mortgage Payments
We're helping Black, Hispanic and Latino homeowners save money on their monthly mortgage payments by committing up to $4 billion in refinancing loans.
Access to Affordable Banking
We’re helping one million people open low-cost checking or savings accounts.
Growing Black, Hispanic and Latino-Owned Businesses
We support minority business owners through one-on-one coaching, educational events, banking solutions and more.
Expanding Supplier Opportunities for Minority Businesses
We are dedicated to working with businesses from historically underrepresented groups including minorities, women, military veterans, people with disabilities and members of the LGBT+ community.
News & Stories
From articles to videos and podcasts, learn more about how we are helping to close the racial wealth gap in tangible and meaningful ways.
Healing financial trauma: How one Columbus group is helping middle-income women of color build wealth