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JPMorgan Chase donates $100,000 to Food Bank of Delaware

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JPMorgan Chase is providing $100,000 to the Food Bank of Delaware to help local families who are facing food insecurity as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.

“So many local families have been hard-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Tom Horne, Chief Operations Officer for JPMC Card Services and the firm’s Delaware Market Leader in a statement. “It’s our intent to help address both the immediate needs and the long-term impact of this crisis with commitments like these.”

The Food Bank of Delaware will use these resources to help provide an estimated 300,000 meals to community members in need as demand for food services increases in the face of the pandemic. “We are so grateful for Chase’s support of our COVID-19 relief efforts,” said Larry Haas, Food Bank of Delaware Chief Development Officer, in a statement. “Since the start of the pandemic, we have distributed more than 13 million pounds of food to our neighbors in need. Demands for food assistance have doubled and many of the families we are serving have never needed help before. Thanks to JPMorgan Chase’s support, we will be able to provide 300,000 meals to those in need.”

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