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Foundation Programs

Team Member Volunteer Program
The Wells Fargo Housing Foundation contributes financial support to nonprofit housing organizations when Wells Fargo employees volunteer to help renovate or build a home for a low-income family.

If your organization is planning a building project and would like Wells Fargo to lend a helping hand, contact your local Wells Fargo representative/store and ask them to initiate a project. Application for funding must be made by Wells Fargo volunteers before they can commit to a project. The annual construction/application season runs from the first business day in January through September 30th. Extra funding incentives are tied to projects that use green building criteria or that renovate Real Estate Owned (REO) or abandoned properties, rehab homes for senior citizens enabling them to age in place, or help military families get their feet back on the ground. For more information, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)*.

Homeownership Grant Program (Guidelines for Giving)
The Homeownership Grant Program provides financial resources to local nonprofit organizations focusing on homebuyer education, pre-and post-purchase counseling, first-time homebuyer counseling, and foreclosure counseling and prevention activities which create sustainable homeownership opportunities for low-to moderate income people.

To determine your eligibility for financial support and get details of proposal requirements, please see our Guidelines, and our Homeownership Grant Frequently Asked Questions.

Please note that the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation does not fund individuals, religious organizations for religious purposes, political campaigns, or organizations designed primarily for lobbying.
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