Wells Fargo recently announced a yearlong national effort to improve 100 homes for military veterans in partnership with Habitat for Humanity. The home improvements will occur in nearly 30 communities across the United States as part of a $300,000 commitment to Habitat for Humanity. From 2010 to 2016, the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation donated more than $44 million to Habitat for Humanity locally and nationally. Keep checking back for updates and pictures as the home improvements continue through early 2018.
Home improvements for veterans are underway
U.S. Army and Army Reserve veteran Tiffany Andrews and her boyfriend at their Delray Beach, Florida, home in May 2017. Now that repairs have been completed, Andrews plans to raise her two children in the home.
Wells Fargo volunteers worked together in May 2017 to paint the exterior of the house Tiffany Andrews inherited when her mother passed away. Habitat for Humanity coordinated the completion of the significant repairs the home required.
Team members Sydnee Renard and Komi Agbodji painted the exterior of Tiffany Andrews’ Delray Beach, Florida, home in May 2017.
Wells Fargo Area President Yanneth Villarreal, who also serves on the board for Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach, Florida, helped paint the exterior of Tiffany Andrews’ home in May 2017.
More than 20 Wells Fargo team member volunteers helped in May 2017 with repairs, painting, and clearing out of an old shed on Tiffany Andrews’ property in Delray Beach, Florida.
A group of Wells Fargo volunteers spent the day working alongside homeowner Tiffany Andrews at her Delray Beach, Florida, home in May 2017.