United Way of Broward County received a $45,000 donation for its MISSION UNITED initiative from JP Morgan Chase & Co. Elizabeth Cambareri, Vice President, Banker at JPMorgan Chase & Co., presented the $45,000 donation check to Kathleen Cannon, President/CEO of United Way of Broward County, during United Way’s Day of Caring.
“JP Morgan is proud to support veterans and their families through United Way of Broward County’s MISSION UNITED program. With United Way and its partner organizations capitalizing on their strengths, the diverse needs of our active service members, veterans, and their families can truly be identified and addressed,” said Cambareri.
About United Way of Broward County
United Way of Broward County is a volunteer driven, community-based, non-profit organization servicing Broward County for 75 years. United Way of Broward County mission is to focus and unite the entire community to create significant lasting change in the impact areas of Education, Income and Health, the building blocks for a better life, which positively impacts people’s lives. United Way of Broward County is the catalyst for change and convener of partnerships that unite the hearts, minds, and resources within the Broward community. For more information, visit www.UnitedWayBroward.org.
About United Way of Broward County's MISSION UNITED
MISSION UNITED is a new critical program supporting US military service members, veterans and their families in Broward County by helping them re-acclimate to civilian life. Key focus areas include employment, education, health, legal assistance, emergency financial aid, and housing. MISSION UNITED was created with multiple partners to align existing military services and create programs where there are gaps in support. For more information on MISSION UNITED, please call 954-4-UNITED or visit www.MissionUnited.org.