Conversant Tag
August 25, 2015

Zac Brown Band shows support for Warriors to Summits veterans

Zac Brown Band met with the Warriors to Summits team of wounded veterans to talk about difficulties they face in transitioning to civilian life.
August 25, 2015

New Phoenix ToolBank will provide lift to volunteer efforts

A Wells Fargo volunteer spent four years (and thousands of volunteer hours) bringing a tool-lending organization to Phoenix — and now nonprofits can borrow an array of tools at a minimal cost.
August 21, 2015

Adventurers reach deep for ‘something life changing’

More than 800 people facing different forms of adversity — from a disability to a cancer diagnosis — came together in Utah to find community and overcome barriers.
August 18, 2015

Moving to the front of the class — with school uniforms

A third-generation family business in Portland, Oregon, takes pride in making uniforms for schools (and kids!) all across the U.S.
A Wells Fargo banker is creating memorable customer service experiences with paper roses Our Values
August 13, 2015

Smiles bloom when a banker turns construction paper into roses

A Wells Fargo service manager in Oregon is lifting customers’ spirits with a bloom that never fades.
Disability rights leaders cut the ribbon at the launch of the Disability Rights Museum on Wheels Our Values
August 13, 2015

Celebrating the Americans with Disabilities Act at 25

Passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990 opened many eyes (and doors), but work remains to be done.
A group of college students sit outside on steps.
Our Communities
August 11, 2015

Putting college freshmen on solid financial footing

Freshmen at Florida Gulf Coast University learn the basics of money management in Budgeting 101, an orientation session taught by Wells Fargo.
Ved Chirayath looks at the night sky through his telescope.
August 4, 2015
Our Communities

Four ways this Point Scholar inspires us

Scientist Ved Chirayath’s dream is to be a leader in his community and — eventually — the first openly gay astronaut in space.
Sharon Reed and Lakeisha Rosebud in front of their banking store in Red Oak, Texas
July 30, 2015
Our Values

Organ donation gives teller a second chance

In Texas, a Wells Fargo service manager’s donated kidney returned one of her tellers to health — and spotlights the need for more organ donations by African Americans.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf
July 28, 2015
Our Values

Corporate ‘culture’ is rooted in how people behave

Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf says a company’s culture comes down to understanding what you need to do each day — and why.
A graduation cap sits atop a pile of cash.
July 27, 2015
Our Communities

Panel: Keeping the faith in higher education despite rising costs, debt

In a program sponsored by Wells Fargo, a trio of education-finance experts offer an analysis of rising student-loan debt and make a case for still believing in the value of a college education.
Winchell Sherman found a career at Wells Fargo after completing a job education program at Goodwill.
July 23, 2015
Our Communities

A little training, and Goodwill, go a long way for job hunters

Using a focused curriculum, a Goodwill Easter Seals program in Minnesota has found success, and jobs, for prospective financial services employees.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina feeds hungry kids through its backpack program and with help from Wells Fargo volunteers.
July 16, 2015
Our Communities

Backpacks full of food fill hungry kids’ stomachs in summer

Second Harvest Food Bank feeds hungry kids in North Carolina and South Carolina through its backpack program — with help from Wells Fargo volunteers.