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Meseret and her husband opened a restaurant with a loan from Enterprise Development Group.
September 24, 2014
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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.
A refugee from Burma provides banking for refugees
September 9, 2014
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Banking for refugees and paving a pathway to success

A community of refugees in Des Moines is navigating new financial territory with the help of a Wells Fargo teller who is one of their own.
Zebra at the Milwaukee County Zoo
September 9, 2014
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Oh my! Lions, tigers, and learning at the Milwaukee County Zoo

Summer camps at the Milwaukee County Zoo give kids an up-close view of nature, and a Wells Fargo grant extends the opportunity to some who otherwise might never experience it.
The 2014 Emerging Scholars graduating class at Clemson University
September 4, 2014
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Clemson creates college-going culture with Emerging Scholars

College admissions — and hopes — are on the rise in some of South Carolina’s poorest counties because of Clemson University’s Emerging Scholars program.
Alaska Natives celebrate the return of the land
September 2, 2014
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Returning land to Alaska Natives

Wells Fargo is donating a piece of treasured land near Anchorage, Alaska, to the Native Village of Eklutna, a group of Alaska Natives.
Photo of Eric Garcia and Camp K-C campers
September 2, 2014
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Camp offers safe haven for kids affected by HIV

A longtime Wells Fargo volunteer used a special paid leave to continue helping a summer camp in Oregon that serves children affected by HIV/AIDS.
Oregon Challenger baseball player Carter Cermak practices his swing
August 28, 2014
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Challenger baseball hits home run for special needs kids

Inspired by his son, a Wells Fargo team member takes Challenger baseball to youngsters with disabilities in the Pacific Northwest.
Wounded veteran Jody Brower will climb Mount Whitney
August 21, 2014
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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.
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.
August 21, 2014
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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.