Wells Fargo LGBTQ Resource Center

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LGBTQ Resource Center

Standing together with the LGBTQ community

Show your Pride on your debit card


Our new card designs celebrate the LGBTQ community’s legacy, diversity, and history. Now, you can show your pride every time you use your card. Which one will you choose?

It’s easy to customize your card:

  1. Sign on to the Card Design Studio.
  2. Select your eligible debit card.
  3. Select Pride Collection in the Image Library
  4. Select a design.

Customize Your Card

Card customization through the Card Design Studio service is currently not available on mobile devices.

We support our customers' needs

Major life events, such as getting married, starting a family, or entering retirement create unique challenges. You deserve to work with professionals trained to specifically understand the complex financial needs of LGBTQ couples and individuals. We've been at the forefront of the financial services industry's efforts to meet the needs of the LGBTQ community.

In our community

Wells Fargo's commitment to the LGBTQ community dates back to 1987 when we added sexual orientation to our nondiscrimination policy. Since then, Wells Fargo has become one of the most visible companies in the community through diverse initiatives, including:

  • Participating in more than 50 Pride parades and celebrations annually in cities around the country, from New York and Washington, D.C. to San Francisco and Los Angeles.
  • Offering financial education for LGBTQ-owned businesses through our longtime affiliation with the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) and support for many local LGBT business organizations.
  • Providing early funding for HIV/AIDS research and critical HIV/AIDS service organizations.
  • Supporting key LGBTQ organizations through financial and volunteer resources, including HRC, Point Foundation, The Trevor Project, and Out & Equal Workplace Advocates.
  • Working with organizations, such as Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and GLAAD to combat bullying of LGBTQ youth. We helped GLSEN achieve its goal of placing a Safe Space Kit in every middle and high school in America to ensure that kids are protected when they feel threatened and can find support when they need it.
  • Working with organizations, such as ONE Archives and the GLBT Historical Society, which help preserve, promote and celebrate the rich history of the LGBTQ Community.

Working at Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo fosters a culture in which all people and their individual differences are not only accepted, but also celebrated. We're committed to offering fair and equal policies and benefits for all team members as part of our overall commitment to diversity and inclusion.

Our PRIDE Team Member Network has offered LGBTQ team members professional and career development, mentoring and leadership engagement, and opportunities to plan and participate in LGBTQ community outreach and events.

We have achieved a 100% score on the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index for 15 consecutive years. DiversityInc magazine has ranked Wells Fargo No. 11 among the top 50 companies for diversity in 2020 — a list that Wells Fargo has appeared on every year since its inception in 2001. Wells Fargo ranked No. 13 on the 2019 list and No. 14 in 2018.