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Chase Home Equity Sponsoring Habitat for Humanity Houses

Chase Home Equity Sponsoring Habitat for Humanity Houses; Giving Back to Communities Through Customer Applications

AMERICUS, Ga., May 12, 2003–Every time a customer submits an application from May 12-May 31, Chase Home Equity will donate $25.00 to Habitat for Humanity International. Through these donations, Chase Home Equity will sponsor and build a minimum of two new houses with families in need. Through this partnership with Habitat for Humanity International, Chase Home Equity is renewing its commitment to giving back to the communities they serve.

Supporting the communities Chase Home Equity serves is an intricate part of their philanthropic corporate strategy.

“At Chase Home Equity, we are committed to helping deliver the dream of homeownership to every market segment, especially the affordable housing market. Habitat for Humanity is a tremendous partner in this objective. Working together, we help others as they help themselves. Chase has a tremendous commitment to the communities we serve and working with groups like Habitat for Humanity will ensure the continued growth of affordable housing opportunities for all families,” states Penny Simon, Chase Home Equity Business Executive.

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Habitat for Humanity International is an ecumenical Christian ministry dedicated to eliminating poverty housing. Founded by Millard Fuller, along with his wife, Linda, Habitat for Humanity International and its affiliates in more than 3,000 communities in 87 nations have built and sold more than 125,000 homes to partner families with no-profit, zero-interest mortgages.