Capital Good Fund to help Hurricane Maria evacuees

CAPITAL GOOD FUND, based in Providence, will offer $230,000 in financial relief, in the form of low-interest loans, made possible by a joint investment from JPMorgan Chase and The Miami Foundation to help evacuees from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands who were displaced to Florida by Hurricane Maria in September.
CAPITAL GOOD FUND, based in Providence, will offer $230,000 in financial relief, in the form of low-interest loans, made possible by a joint investment from JPMorgan Chase and The Miami Foundation to help evacuees from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands who were displaced to Florida by Hurricane Maria in September.
PROVIDENCE — Hurricane Maria evacuees currently displaced in Florida will be getting much-needed financial assistance from a Rhode Island-based nonprofit starting Tuesday. Capital Good Fund said that JPMorgan Chase and The Miami Foundation jointly invested $230,000 in the program to help evacuees get back on their feet after the Category 5 hurricane devastated Puerto Rico and…

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