The JPMorgan Chase Foundation welcomes grant inquiries from non-governmental organizations working internationally in the Foundation's three focus areas: community development; youth education; and arts and culture. Of particular interest are requests in the areas of microfinance and support for 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.
All requests will be reviewed by the JPMorgan Chase office in the country where the project will be implemented.
How to apply
International organizations based in the U.S. should apply using an on-line process.
To be considered for a grant, an organization must be working in one of the countries outside the U.S. where JPMorgan Chase has a grants program. For a list of those countries, organized by region, please check International Eligibility.
International organizations based outside the U.S. will apply using a paper application. To request an application, please submit a short preliminary proposal via e-mail to the person coordinating grants for the region in which you are based:
Asia, Pacific: email@example.com
Europe, Middle East, Africa: firstname.lastname@example.org
Latin America and Canada: email@example.com
Preliminary e-mail inquiries should contain only the following information. Please submit the information in the order presented below:
Organization name and address
E-mail address of contact person
Mission statement of organization (no more than one sentence)
Title and description of project for which a grant is proposed (no more than two sentences)
Location of proposed project
Approximate budget of proposed project (in U.S. dollars)
Amount requested in U.S. dollars
To reach a grants officer and/or initiate the first step in the application process, please identify the region where your organization provides services:
Europe, Middle East, Africa
Latin America and Canada