Chase Bank is running a contest called 'Community Giving' for users to select charities worthy of receiving a chunk of a 5 million dollar donation by the bank. Among the non-profits listed are the anti-gay National Organization for Marriage.
NOM being on the list is a direct violation of Chase's own non-discrimination policy:
"Chase Community Giving's own "clear and simple" rules state in Section 4 that any organization that "by itself or through an affiliated entity, discriminates on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, veteran status, medical condition, citizenship, ancestry or marital status is not eligible" (Queerty).The Chase list likely came from a standard non-profits list and was not edited to take out organizations that violate the non-discrimination policy.
Please tell Chase to review and remove the National Organization for Marriage at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can head over to the Chase Community Giving page on Facebook and vote for LGBT friendly charities to receive funding.