Chase Bank to Donate 100 Homes to Military Veterans

Chase Bank has partnered with Operation Homefront to provide homes for at least 100 Wounded Warrior, military and veteran families.  The bank will provide the homes from it’s inventory of foreclosed homes while Operation Homefront will administer the “Homes on the Homefront” program.

The program will initially focus on placing Wounded Warrior families who currently live in transitional housing at an Operation Homefront Village.  Priority consideration will also be given to other Wounded Warriors, surviving single spouses of those killed-in-action and post-9/11 disabled veterans.

Any veteran of any era will be eligible to apply, regardless of wounded or disability status provided they: 1) do not currently own a home, 2) are active duty, Guard or Reserve or have been honorably discharged, 3) are financially capable of sustaining the home.  Those wishing to apply for this program can do so by following this link, Operation Homefront.

The full press release can be found here.

 

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