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Chase Community Giving Contest

Wednesday 11 May 2011

From ProHealth:

 

Chase Community GivingChase Community Giving Contest

By frenchtulip
5/5/11 9:52 AM

The WPI [Whittemore Peterson Institute] and the CFIDS Association of America both won in Round One of the Chase Community Giving Contest and will receive $25,000 each.

They were among the top 100 charities, all of which won $25,000 each. Both charities were in the top 25. Round Two runs May 19th-24th. Prizes range from $20,000 to $500,000! The top 25 of the 100 charities will win money.

Let's hope the WPI and the CAA can win more money for research! Thanks to everyone who voted and those who helped spread the word about the contest in Round One!

 

The above originally appeared here.

Related links:

Facebook

Chase Community Giving on Facebook

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J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.

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J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.: Chase Announces 100 Winners in Latest Round of Community Giving Program

In the interests of balance, we must also report on allegations of dubious behaviour from Chase Commmunity Giving in their 2010 contest:

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Beth's Blog: Chase Community Giving Contest Ends With Yet More Controversy

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MyBankTracker: Some Chase Community Giving Charities Unhappy With Facebook Fundraising Results

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John Haydon: Why I Didn’t Trust The Chase Bank Community Giving Campaign When It Started

 


 

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