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Community Giving

Helping to build a more inclusive, sustainable future for all

Wells Fargo is committed to building an inclusive, sustainable future for all through a focus on opening pathways to economic advancement, championing quality, affordable homes, empowering small businesses to thrive, and driving an equity-focused transition to a low-carbon economy.

Grant Interest Form

Nonprofit organizations that are interested in being considered for an invitation to apply for a Wells Fargo grant may register and submit a Grant Interest Form.

Prior to completing the form, please review our national priorities and grant process.

Supporting our communities

Through our businesses and the Wells Fargo Foundation, we align our resources and expertise to make a positive impact in communities, address complex societal issues, and help build a more inclusive, sustainable future for all.

We provide grants to nonprofit organizations working to strengthen the resiliency of our communities and our planet with a focus on supporting nonprofits that strategically align with our funding priorities: financial health, housing affordability, small business growth, and sustainability. 

We prioritize funding to activities and programs that have a broad reach and support the needs of underserved communities and advancing racial equity.

National priorities

Wells Fargo and the Wells Fargo Foundation collaborate with a wide range of nonprofit organizations that align with our strategic funding priorities. We prioritize our funding to activities and programs that have a broad reach and support the needs of underserved communities. We aspire to have a positive impact on the communities we serve by using our financial and volunteer resources and business expertise in collaboration with community organizations to help solve complex societal problems.

Financial health

We're opening pathways to economic advancement for racially and ethnically diverse and low- and moderate-income individuals and families through programs that increase financial inclusion and access, reduce debt, drive savings and wealth-building behavior, and transform systems that provide a better context within which people lead their financial lives.


Housing affordability

We drive solutions to enable people to open doors to a safe and affordable place to call home, the foundation for wellness, dignity, and economic opportunity. These efforts align with advancing racial equity to create a future where everyone in the U.S. can have a quality place to live.


Small business growth

We strengthen communities and help create local jobs by investing in underserved small business owners. We fund nonprofits that are focused on providing capital, technical assistance and networks of support for entrepreneurs.



At Wells Fargo, we strive to support our business, customers, and communities' transition to a resilient, equitable, and sustainable future. We support initiatives that aim to drive an equity-focused transition to a low-carbon economy, with a focus on mitigating climate impacts and expanding equitable, sustainable financial solutions.


Local community grants

In the communities we serve, we primarily invest in nonprofit organizations aligned with our four focus areas: financial health, housing affordability, small business growth, and sustainability. We may consider grants to support other critical local needs and initiatives. Priority is placed on nonprofit programming supporting low- to moderate-income communities, addressing racial and social equity, and accelerating an inclusive economy. To explore how Wells Fargo is working with nonprofits in your community, view our interactive community impact map.

Nonprofit organizations that are interested in being considered for an invitation to apply for a Wells Fargo grant may register and submit a grant interest form.

Employee volunteerism and giving

Part of what makes Wells Fargo's philanthropy program so robust is the generosity of our employees who multiply our community impact, locally and collectively. Each year, eligible employees receive 16 hours of paid volunteer time to give back to local communities where they live and work. Wells Fargo provides an innovative and comprehensive portfolio of volunteer opportunities that allows for employees across the globe to engage where and how they want.

Volunteer groups: More than 100,000 employees actively participate in internal volunteering and employee resource groups, which engage with communities through employee volunteer opportunities and community support.

Global Fellows Volunteer program: Our Global Fellows Program is a virtual volunteering initiative with the Grameen Foundation's Bankers without Borders®. This effort seeks to accelerate the social and economic progress of business and entrepreneurs in under-resourced communities around the world, while providing employees with an opportunity to develop leadership skills and enhance cultural competencies with international organizations addressing poverty.

Wells Fargo BuildsSM program: Thousands of employees have volunteered to build, renovate, paint, and repair affordable homes with low- and moderate-income families and individuals in collaboration with Habitat for Humanity International and Rebuilding Together.

Workplace giving: Wells Fargo encourages employees to contribute to the communities where they live and work. The company facilitates employee donations year-round and amplifies the donation impact through the Community Care Grants program. Through this program, employees can qualify for grants for giving and service activities, and then direct the funds to eligible charities of their choice.

Providing a ramp back to success for small businesses

Wells Fargo is donating roughly $420 million to help small businesses stay open through our Open for Business Fund.

Creating housing affordability solutions across the U.S. 

Wells Fargo names six winners of the Housing Affordability Breakthrough Challenge.