In one of the largest single-day builds in the history of Habitat for Humanity Newark, JPMorgan Chase deployed 100 volunteers to help build “Harmony Point” in the South Ward of Newark this June.
“This is the first time we have had the opportunity to work with JPMorgan Chase on a build and could not be more pleased to learn they are bringing 100 volunteers,” said Jeffrey Farrell, Chief Executive Officer of Habitat Newark. “Harmony Point is the most ambitious construction in our history that will enable Habitat Newark to serve more low-income families than ever and will engage the community at large. It makes perfect sense to have Harmony Point host one of the largest single-day builds we have ever done.”
Farrell said he is pleased the JPMorgan Chase team will be led by Gregg Gunselman, Managing Director and head of Capital Management at JP Morgan Chase. Farrell looks forward to greeting Gunselman and his especially large team at the build site.
“We couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate summer than to help build homes for low-income families in our community,” said Mr. Gunselman. “My team and I are proud to be a part of the strong partnership JPMorgan Chase has with Habitat for Humanity of New Jersey.”