J.P. Morgan Is Giving $1 Million to Nonprofits Exposing Hate Groups in the Wake of Charlottesville
J.P. Morgan Chase announced Monday that it will be giving $1 million to nonprofit groups fighting extremism following the deadly white supremacist protest in Charlottesville, Va.
"The events in Charlottesville have increased the urgency to confront hate, intolerance and discrimination wherever it exists," Peter Scher, head of corporate responsibility at J.P. Morgan, wrote in a memo to employees, according to CNN Money. . .