Investing in growth

Sound financial health helps set the foundation for strong and resilient households, communities and economies. We want to help people manage their day-to-day financial lives.

We’re applying our reach and resources to support financial resiliency. This includes expanding access to banking, developing new products and providing financial coaching to improve economic opportunity.

See impact in action


Implementing Innovative Tools to Improve the Financial Health of D.C. Residents

With creative solutions like “group lending,” some of JPMorgan Chase’s partners are helping to improve the financial health of residents in underserved communities.

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Building Wealth and Starting Legacies: Women of Color Shape Their Own Futures

A new financial health program for women launches in Columbus with support from JPMorgan Chase.

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A Dallas Chase Branch is Reinventing Banking for Residents

Chase Community Managers help empower customers in their financial journey. 

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Building Bridges to Financial Security for Low-Income Families

Low-income families across the country can struggle with financial security. Compass Working Capital—with support from JPMorgan Chase, and in partnership with the Boston Housing Authority—has expanded an approach that can help.

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Achieving more together

Applying our reach and expertise to improve economic opportunity. Data as of May 2024.


branches across the US, ranging from rural to urban communities


attendees reached through financial health workshops


customers nationwide


community managers hired across the US

Investing billions in our branch network

Chase will open more than 500 new branches, renovate approximately 1,700 locations and hire 3,500 employees over the next three years to provide greater access to banking and bring affordable and convenient financial services to more customers and communities across the country.

Why Baby Bonds, Why Now?

Baby Bonds are one of several strategies that can help young people from low-income and low-wealth families access “start-up capital for life,” providing meaningful amounts of money that they can later use to purchase assets or make investments.