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August 21, 2014

Wounded veterans reaching new heights through life-changing climb

A team of veterans strives to overcome mental and physical barriers as they prepare to climb California’s 14,505-foot Mount Whitney in September.
August 14, 2014

Colorful headbands bring smiles to kids battling cancer

Ribbon, ostrich feathers, and gems adorn thousands of headbands distributed to kids with cancer who’ve lost their hair. The effort is the result of one young girl’s idea and the work of dedicated volunteers.
August 12, 2014

Foreign exchange services keep Rick Steves’ Europe globetrotting

Rick Steves’ Europe needed a way to quickly purchase tickets and make reservations — and found it after turning to Wells Fargo.
July 31, 2014

Jordan River conservation effort flows from trash to triumph

What started as a small cleanup by volunteers grew into the first “Get Into the River” festival to conserve the Jordan River in Utah’s Salt Lake Valley.
Photo of Jennifer Shryock and her mother Mary. Jennifer and her fellow students in rural Alaska are learning about the variety of careers available in their small town. Our Communities
August 21, 2014

Small town, broad horizons for students in rural Alaska

Students in the Alaska community of King Salmon, with a population fewer than 900, learn that the variety of careers available to them probably is larger than they think.
Willie Williams composes his work honoring the four girls killed in the 1963 bombing of Birmingham’s 16th St. Baptist Church
Our Values
August 14, 2014

Painting honors Birmingham church bombing victims

Wells Fargo commissioned a 17-year-old student at the Alabama School of Fine Arts to create a painting to honor four young girls who died in the bombing of Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church in 1963.
A program provides lawn care and snow removal for military families Our Values
August 12, 2014

Supporting military families one lawn at a time

A new Wells Fargo program provides lawn care and snow removal services for team members whose military orders take them (or their spouse or domestic partner) away from home.
Angela Hernandez, Adel El-Huni, and Kirsty build a home in Zambia
August 7, 2014
Our Values

A working vacation: Building homes in Zambia

Nine team members spent a week in southern Africa building two homes and getting to know a community and its residents.
Wells Fargo team members participate in volunteer events across the country.
August 7, 2014
Our Communities

Volunteer ‘blitz’ events make an impact on communities

All over the U.S., Wells Fargo volunteers identify local needs and then come together in a big way to make a lasting impact.
A Wells Fargo team member entertains residents at a senior care facility
August 5, 2014
Our Values

Spreading smiles, and support, among China’s elderly

To show their community support, Wells Fargo team member volunteers in Shanghai and Beijing spend time with seniors — providing entertainment and sharing meals.
Mortgage modification helps Taylor family keep their home
July 31, 2014
Your Success

Personal attention helps family keep their dream home

When the Taylor family of Ocean Springs, Miss., fell into financial difficulty, they turned to Wells Fargo for guidance and one-on-one assistance with a mortgage modification.
Wells Fargo’s bank in downtown Charleston still has the gilded eagle on top from its time as a branch of the Second Bank of the United States
July 29, 2014
Your Success

A banking beacon of Charleston history

In coastal South Carolina, the nation’s longest-serving bank branch is revered by Wells Fargo and viewed by many as a local jewel.
Homeowners and volunteers teamed up to install solar panels on a home in New Jersey.
July 25, 2014
Our Communities

Solar panels: One key to rebuilding after Superstorm Sandy

Solar panels are being installed on homes in Asbury Park, N.J., with the help of Wells Fargo, GRID Alternatives, and the Affordable Housing Alliance.