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Tabitha Davis is no longer homeless, thanks to Larkin Street Youth Services, where Wells Fargo team members recently spent time volunteering during the 2019 Dedicated Day of Service. (3:00)

Dedicating a day of service to help homeless youth in San Francisco

Thousands of Wells Fargo team members participated Sept. 20 in the company’s first Dedicated Day of Service, volunteering in their communities across the world.

October 3, 2019

As part of Wells Fargo’s Dedicated Day of Service, team member volunteers in San Francisco spent a day organizing a clothing closet for Larkin Street Youth Services, which helps homeless youth.

David Galloreese, wearing khaki pants and a red T-shirt, is bending down, smiling, and sorting clothing on shelves.
Team members wearing red T-shirts stand around a table sorting items of clothing.
A man is sitting down having his hair cut by another man. A third man looks on.
A woman stands in a room in front of a crowded desk. She has her head down and is writing.
A woman and two man stand with their backs to the camera. Their red T-shirts have a heart on the back and say “Many hearts. One Wells Fargo.”
David Galloreese, head of Wells Fargo Human Resources, organizes clothes at Larkin Street Youth Services in San Francisco during Wells Fargo’s first Dedicated Day of Service.
Team members sort and organize clothing items donated to Larkin Street to help teens and young adults get back on their feet.
Larkin Street offers its clients free services like haircuts. Photo credit: Hector Batista
Tabitha Davis credits Larkin Street with turning her life around and getting her off the streets of San Francisco. Photo credit: Hector Batista
Team members chose to volunteer at Larkin Street Youth Services because of the positive impact the organization has on the homeless youth population in San Francisco. Photo credit: Hector Batista

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