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Wells Fargo employee Diann Zimmerman sent postcards with her art on it to spread positivity during the Month of Action.
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Volunteering & Giving
October 21, 2020

‘Every act of generosity matters’

From acts of kindness to virtual volunteering to donating to charities, Wells Fargo employees kicked off a new year-round approach to service and giving during the Month of Action in September.

During September, Wells Fargo employees sent positive messages to loved ones, colleagues, and community members; helped out their neighbors and friends; promoted small businesses; provided food for front-line workers and people in need; translated historical documents to increase access to them; donated money and household items to charities; and committed to helping the environment, among other efforts.

Nate Hurst’s headshot shows him smiling at the camera and wearing a dark blazer over a light blue collared shirt.
Nate Hurst

It was all part of the Month of Action, which kicked off a new year-round approach to employee service and giving. Employees participated in the Month of Action by taking part in virtual volunteer opportunities with select charities, making financial gifts to their favorite cause or to the WE Care Fund to help colleagues in need, or by performing acts of kindness, a new component of the year-round effort.

“This new approach helped care for communities, neighbors, and colleagues through personal actions,” said Nate Hurst, head of Social Impact & Sustainability for Wells Fargo, in an email to employees. “Across the company, we came together to demonstrate that every act of generosity matters. Thank you for your support of each other, our communities, and our planet.”

“Across the company, we came together to demonstrate that every act of generosity matters. Thank you for your support of each other, our communities, and our planet.” — Nate Hurst

Employee efforts during the Month of Action

Here are some examples of how Wells Fargo employees participated.

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