October 24, 2014

Helping children flourish in a fun, safe place

Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco works with kids in a variety of ways to put them on a path to a successful life.
October 21, 2014

Reviving a fishing dock for the Makah tribe

The Makah tribe's fishing dock in northwest Washington is ready for business — and spurring economic development in the region.
October 16, 2014

Standing with LGBT youth and against bullying

Spirit Day 2014 is only one aspect of Wells Fargo’s longstanding support for the LGBT community.
October 17, 2014

Breast cancer fundraiser fights disease with a few good laughs

What was started in Charlotte in 2002 by a Wells Fargo team member has grown into a successful fundraiser in nine U.S. cities.
October 16, 2014

Light the night with a pumpkin carving template of a stagecoach

Illuminate your driveway or porch this fall with a stagecoach-themed jack-o’-lantern.
October 14, 2014

‘Mr. Knoxville’ puts people first to build Iowa banking legacy

Wells Fargo’s longest-serving bank employee, 88-year-old Donnie Rodgers, learned early that people’s needs come before business.
Jessica Aho takes a smartphone photo of brother and Campus Countdown sweepstakes winner Michael Ramirez and friend John Padilla Our Communities
October 16, 2014

Campus Countdown sweepstakes winner ready to go back to class

California student Michael Ramirez can afford to head back to college now, thanks to Wells Fargo’s Campus Countdown sweepstakes.
Paul, a client of Desert Arc, helps provide fulfillment work for Wells Fargo
Our Communities
October 9, 2014

Adults with disabilities find meaningful work at Desert Arc

A California nonprofit provides employment opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities, including fulfilling book orders for Wells Fargo volunteers.
Alyssa Kalb practices her princess wave in downtown Folsom
Our Communities
October 9, 2014

Make-A-Wish princess becomes rodeo royalty

Alyssa Kalb of Foresthill, Calif., put 18 months of chemotherapy behind her to become a Make-A-Wish princess at the Folsom, Calif., Pro Rodeo.
Shannon and Dale Ortmann with Michelle from Wells Fargo (right) at the presentation Oct. 8
October 8, 2014
Our Values

Pennsylvania angler wins national ‘community hero’ contest

NBC’s TODAY show and Wells Fargo surprised Dale Ortmann of Manorville, Pennsylvania, with $50,000 and top honors in the Small Acts, Big Impact contest.
Aysha Cooper started a small business with help from Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs.
October 7, 2014
Our Communities

The American Dream coming to life

Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs provides loans to Georgia residents like Aysha Cooper to start small businesses.
#MyUntold video trailer
October 6, 2014
Our Values

MyUntold: Sharing the ‘untold stories’ of African Americans

Wells Fargo is honoring the untold stories and celebrating the rich heritage of African Americans through our new #MyUntold social storytelling movement.
The Mission: Mt. Whitney team celebrates their accomplishment
October 2, 2014
Our Values

Wounded veterans complete their mission to climb Mt. Whitney

After months of preparation, a group of wounded veterans reached the summit of Mt. Whitney — a metaphor for their effort to overcome barriers to living lives of purpose and potential.
Photo of new app that can helps CFOs get work done on their mobile devices
October 1, 2014
Your Success

Fostering innovation with new tech startups

The new Wells Fargo Startup Accelerator provides funding, workshops and coaching for innovative tech firms in financial services.
Meseret and her husband opened a restaurant with a loan from Enterprise Development Group.
September 24, 2014
Our Communities

D.C. nonprofit aids in fueling (and feeding) the community

After immigrating to the U.S., a husband and wife from Ethiopia took out a loan from a nonprofit, opened a restaurant, and are enjoying huge results.