We want to help all of our customers succeed financially and promote long-term economic growth and improved quality of life for everyone in our communities. We promote economic development and self-sufficiency through community donations, community development loans and investments, financial education, affordable housing, environmental stewardship, and through the efforts of our enthusiastic team member volunteers.

Wells Fargo donated $281.3 million to 16,300 nonprofits in 2015. Additional community support in 2015 included:

HomeownershipShow Details

 
$69.6 million in grants to nonprofits supporting affordable housing, homeownership counseling and foreclosure prevention.

Community DevelopmentShow Details

 
$7.6 billion in CRA-qualified community development loans and investments to advance affordable housing, job creation, community services, and economic development in low- and moderate-income areas.

EducationShow Details

 
$80.1 million to 7,400 educational programs and schools around the U.S.

Supplier DiversityShow Details

 
$1.2 billion of controllable budget spent with certified diverse-owned businesses, representing 12 percent of our total annual procurement budget.

Team Member GivingShow Details

 
1.8 million hours volunteered by 76,500 team members in their local communities; a record $98.8 million contributed by team members through year-round donations to nonprofits and the Community Support and United Way Campaign.

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EnvironmentShow Details

 
$15 billion in environmental loans and investments for “greener” buildings, clean technology and other environmentally sustainable businesses; $12.3 million in grants to more than 472 environmental nonprofits.
We invite you to learn more by reading our Corporate Social Responsibility Report.

Hands on Banking®

Our financial education program, Hands on Banking® and its Spanish-language counterpart El futuro en tus manos®, delivers free courses for the military, seniors, small business owners, and youth. These courses teach the basics of responsible money management, including how to create a budget, save and invest, borrow responsibly, buy a home, establish a small business, and save for retirement.