The King Center Imaging Project was a digitization effort to preserve and make publicly available tens of thousands of documents from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and other key figures and organizations from the Civil Rights Movement housed at The King Center. This unprecedented effort is showcased on the Center's website, which was completely redesigned by JPMorgan Chase. To promote this significant undertaking and to commemorate the 50th anniversary of major events in Civil Rights from 1963, including the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom where Dr. King delivered his unforgettable "I Have a Dream" speech, an traveling exhibit was developed to travel across the United States throughout 2013. On Martin Luther King Day in 2013, we launched the latest feature on The King Center site: Dreams. Site visitors are now invited to share their dreams with the world and read about what others are dreaming about as well.
Watch the video about the project online.
In addition, JPMorgan Chase committed $1 million to the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, DC. Visit jpmorganchase.com/MLK for more information.
"Our valued relationship with JPMorgan Chase and their innovative Technology for Social Good program is helping to preserve and extend my father's important message to sustain the momentum of nonviolent social change around the world."
– Martin Luther King III
"It's important for JPMorgan Chase to support Dr. King's legacy because of the important values he committed his life to promoting, such as equality, equal opportunity, and quality education for all. People like Dr. Martin Luther King are what made America what it is today. The values he espoused are the values that JPMorgan Chase also tries to stand for around the world."
– Jamie Dimon, Chairman & CEO, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Our strategic partnership with the NYPD Foundation involved providing our expert technology advice and guidance to improve efficiencies, increase the security of their technology infrastructure and provide overall enhanced IT capabilities.
"This gift will enable the NYPD to move forward with an ambitious program of computer and network modernization that will strengthen the city's security for decades to come. None of it would be possible without the resources, hardware and technical expertise being provided by JPMorgan Chase."
– Raymond W. Kelly, NYPD Police Commissioner
With the Digital Guestbook we designed and implemented an innovative technology solution at cultural institutions to enhance the visitor experience and increase fundraising capabilities. The Guestbook addresses the issue of 'anonymous' visitors regularly faced by cultural institutions across the globe.
JPMorgan Chase and 10 leading U.S. companies launched the 100,000 Jobs Mission in March 2011 with a goal of hiring 100,000 transitioning service members and military veterans by 2020. Technology for Social Good sourced the recruiting tool that allows veterans to search for jobs based on keywords or military job codes, as well as learn more about the transition into a civilian career.
"Not only is this the right thing to do for veterans, but all of the companies in the 100,000 Jobs Mission recognize it's a great thing to do for our businesses."
– Jamie Dimon, JPMC Chairman and CEO
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