SBP and Chase Designate Mortgage-Free Home for Military Family in Hurricane Sandy Impacted Community

Application open until March 15, 2018

To mark the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, SBP, and JPMorgan Chase & Co., are holding an open call for applications to award a mortgage-free home to a military veteran family in a community impacted by Hurricane Sandy.  

Until March 15, 2018, applications will be accepted and reviewed by SBP, along with the Affordable Housing Alliance, to identify a military veteran family for the home donation located in Egg Harbor Township. Any U.S. Military Veteran can apply for consideration by filling out and submitting the form below.

In order to be considered, applicants must complete a full application, to be provided once the initial form below is submitted. Please ensure email address and contact numbers provided in the form are accurate. Recipient will be announced after March 2018.

Eligibility requirements include, but are not limited to:

  • Applicant must not own any other properties.
  • Applicant must be financially sustainable. *To be determined by SBP.
  • Income for applicants must be at or below 120% the area median income.
  • Awardee must participate in 3 years of Financial Counseling through the Affordable Housing Alliance.
  • Home award will include deed restrictions.

Questions about the program can be sent via email to:

*A final nomination will be drawn from a lottery of eligible applicants.

Through JPMorgan Chase's Military and Veterans Affairs division, more than 900 homes have been donated, mortgage free, to veteran families as part of its 1,000 Home Awards Program started in 2011. The firm has also offered aid in the communities it serves including waiving customer late fees and contributing $1 million donations to nonprofit organizations following the recent hurricanes in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean.

About JPMorgan Chase & Co

JPMorgan Chase & Co. is a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.6 trillion and operations worldwide.  JPMorgan Chase has supported our veterans since before World War I. The Office of Military and Veterans Affairs (MVA), started in 2011, has hired more than 12,000 veterans and facilitated more than 400,000 veteran hires through the Veteran Jobs Mission coalition; awarded more than 900 mortgage-free homes to military families in need; helped 7,700 veterans and military spouses complete 10,500 career certifications through Veterans Career Transition Program at the Institute for Veterans and Military Families, which was co-founded and is supported by JPMorgan Chase and Syracuse University. Learn more at:

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