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California teacher of the year uses digital films to broaden learning
October 30, 2014
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Stars of the screen: ATMs salute top teachers

In 16 states, Wells Fargo is honoring Teachers of the Year by featuring their accomplishments on local ATM screens.
Kyle Galenski of Stop Hunger Now rings the gong for another 10,000 meals packed
October 28, 2014
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Meals in minutes to ‘Stop Hunger Now’

The Wells Fargo Advisors campus in St. Louis became a food factory for 75 minutes as 500 Wells Fargo volunteers packed 100,000 meals for Stop Hunger Now. A gong sounded for every 10,000 meals packed.
Jessica Aho takes a smartphone photo of brother and Campus Countdown sweepstakes winner Michael Ramirez and friend John Padilla
October 16, 2014
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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.
Stagecoach-themed jack-o’-lantern
October 16, 2014
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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.
Paul, a client of Desert Arc, helps provide fulfillment work for Wells Fargo
October 9, 2014
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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
October 9, 2014
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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.
Aysha Cooper started a small business with help from Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs.
October 7, 2014
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The American Dream coming to life

Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs provides loans to Georgia residents like Aysha Cooper to start small businesses.
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
Our Communities

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.