Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan pledge millions for refugees

 
Edith Hancock
Follow Edith
US investment banks Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan are leading a multi-million pound drive for donations for refugees in Europe.

JP Morgan is raising up to $2m (£1.3m) from staff and its own foundation, which will be used to support Save the Children, Oxfam, International Rescue Committee and International Medical Corps.

Meanwhile, Goldman Sachs Gives has partnered with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, pledging £2m of funds to aid migrant refugees stranded in Europe.

Related articles