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One family is thriving in a home for wounded warriors
November 20, 2014
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Wounded veteran thrives in mortgage-free home

A U.S. Navy SEAL veteran and his family are enjoying their California home, donated by Wells Fargo, thanks in part to mentoring designed to ensure his success as a homeowner.
Down payment assistance grants help single mom become a homeowner
November 6, 2014
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New homeowner: ‘This is a good feeling’

Down payment assistance grants from Wells Fargo have helped more than 8,000 people achieve a goal many thought was unattainable: owning a home.
MLS volunteer award winner Bill Yoachim receives a check from Jon Campbell (Wells Fargo) and JoAnn Neale (MLS)
October 31, 2014
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Volunteer honoree inspires kids through soccer

The winner of a Major League Soccer volunteer award uses his winnings to support an organization that inspires kids in Canada to triumph over adversity.
Wounded veterans hike Mt. Whitney with Soldiers to Summits
October 31, 2014
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Wounded veterans reach the mountaintop, overcome barriers

Many small steps can result in one huge accomplishment for those who take on the challenge of climbing Mt. Whitney.
See why these Wells Fargo team members walk for breast cancer awareness month
October 30, 2014
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Why they walk, run, and race for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

See why the month resonates deeply with so many Wells Fargo team members.
Boys and Girls Clubs of San Francisco works with kids in a variety of ways to put them on a path to a successful life.
October 24, 2014
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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.
Tracey Bissell, Tammy Greysock, and Mary Lynn Rittenhouse at Laugh for the Cure
October 17, 2014
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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.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf shares a moment with a team member on Spirit Day
October 16, 2014
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Standing with LGBT youth and against bullying

Spirit Day 2014 is only one aspect of Wells Fargo’s longstanding support for the LGBT community.
Donnie Rodgers in downtown Knoxville Iowa
October 14, 2014
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‘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.