Chase Bank’s Charity Says No to NOM, Yes to Trevor Project


There’s no cash for The Trevor Project or GLSEN, but the Matthew Shepard Foundation is among 11 charities that will receive $37,000 from Chase Community Giving, the bank giant’s Facebook-powered charity effort that, once upon a time, appeared to be willing to hand the National Organization for Marriage some of its dough.

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  • Brad

    I’m delighted to learn that the Matthew Shepard Foundation was a winner. It’s undeniably a wonderful cause.

    Too bad about Trevor and GLSEN. One out of three is better than zero out of three.

    Thank God the NOM bigots didn’t get any.

  • Tanner

    Thirty-seven thousand out of five million!?

  • christopher di spirito

    Well at least I now know why my interest rate with Chase doubled and where a portion of it is going.

    Phew! I’m relieved.

  • Darren

    Looking at the super-sized glass as one ounce full makes me sound like an ingrate, but Tanner makes a good point. Thanks for the crumbs, Chase. Does anyone know who the real winners are?

  • edgyguy1426

    Well you have to have voted for your top 5 or 10 and then Chase awarded others for smalled sums. I think Matthew Shepard Found. made it into the top 20 with the Trevor proj. not too far behind. So Tanner and Darren don’t bite the hand…..

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