Chase Donates Inventory Homes to Wounded Vets

I was very pleased to hear that my bank JP Morgan/Chase is changing its policy about helping our military families with housing instead of the foreclosures we were seeing a few months back… They are partnering with Operation Homefront to take 100+ homes they now own and donate them to hurting vets and their families free and clear! Check it out in the following article by clicking on the link!

Chase Donates Inventory Homes to Wounded Vets.

Also for vets seeking help check out this link for Operation Homefront!

http://www.operationhomefront.net/HomesOnTheHomefront/

Thanks to each of you who have so proudly defended us around this world! 

You are true heroes in my eyes, Joe

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About Jconowitch

I have spent 36 + years in Stevens County enjoying the many surrounding recreational areas while camping, canoeing, hiking and backpacking. I am married to my high school sweetheart with 2 children, 5 awesome grand kids. I have been actively involved working with many organizations to help children and adults throughout the area, as well as starting the Stevens County Scale Model club with a good friend. If you want to live and raise your family in a fantastic area or find a peaceful area to retire, this is among the best, and I am here to help you make your dreams a reality!
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3 Responses to Chase Donates Inventory Homes to Wounded Vets

  1. Jconowitch says:

    Thanks for clicking my like button once more babe, you are so faithful!

  2. Jconowitch says:

    Thanks Hilary for checking in and hitting that like button again!

  3. Jconowitch says:

    Thanks Lesley for checking in and clicking that like once more!

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