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Three kids wearing winter clothing are holding hands as they walked down a sunlight, snowy path. A yellow box in the lower right has this text: Many hearts. One Community.
Three kids wearing winter clothing are holding hands as they walked down a sunlight, snowy path. A yellow box in the lower right has this text: Many hearts. One Community.
Inside the Stagecoach
November 23, 2020

‘Many hearts. One community.’

This holiday season, Wells Fargo is proud to support the American Red Cross, Feeding America®, military families, frontline workers, and small businesses — the “heart” of communities nationwide.

The perseverance of communities continues to be a shining light during these trying times, and Wells Fargo is celebrating the optimism and determination of our community anchors. From local food banks stepping up to meet the steep increase of people seeking assistance, to small businesses adapting to rapidly changing environments, to military service members and frontline workers committed to keeping our communities safe, Wells Fargo salutes those working together to support each other year-round, and especially during the holidays.

“For many, this will be a challenging holiday season, and at Wells Fargo, we’re working to make the holidays a bit brighter.” — Wells Fargo CEO Charlie Scharf

“For many, this will be a challenging holiday season, and at Wells Fargo, we’re working to make the holidays a bit brighter,” said Wells Fargo CEO Charlie Scharf. “From providing food for people in need, to supporting Main Street businesses, to reuniting military service members with their families, the holidays are about hope, gratitude, and family. We recognize that giving is not just needed one month out of the year — it’s something we’re committed to year-round — and we’re heartened by the resilience and strength of the communities in which we live and operate.”

This holiday season, Wells Fargo has announced that it will:

  • Extend its relationship with Feeding America® member food banks to help combat the sharp rise in food insecurity and ensure families have holiday meals on the table. By year-end, Wells Fargo will have helped provide 82 million meals* to families in need in 2020. Wells Fargo will also contribute $250,000 to nonprofits feeding families in need in countries across the company’s global footprint.
  • Raise up to $1 million for the American Red Cross by encouraging everyone to shower frontline workers and military personnel with gratitude. For each digital holiday note of thanks with the hashtag #WFGivesThanks**, Wells Fargo will donate $5. We will also bring joy to military families by helping them reunite for the holidays.
  • Help small businesses hardest hit this year by deploying approximately $50 million of the Wells Fargo Open For Business Fund to nonprofits that help them to stay open, and use social media and other marketing platforms to encourage people to “shop local” and shine a light on these vital businesses.
’Tis the season to honor those at the heart of our communities. (:30)
A series of images show a member of the military, a close-up of two people holding hands, and a man standing while working on a laptop. A graphic on the image says, 'Many hearts. One community.'

‘Many hearts. One community.’ | This holiday season, Wells Fargo is supporting the American Red Cross and reuniting military families, providing millions of meals by teaming up with Feeding America, and shining a light on small businesses.


* 82 million meals calculation is based on 1) Actual number of meals distributed through Wells Fargo Drive-Up Food Bank events and 2) Wells Fargo’s financial contributions to support Feeding America food banks 7/20/20-12/31/20. $1 helps provide at least 10 meals secured by Feeding America on behalf of local member food banks.

** From 11/23/20 to 12/27/20, for every Wells Fargo card retweeted or shared on Twitter In-Feed, Instagram In-Feed, and/or Facebook In-Feed that includes the #WFGivesThanks hashtag, Wells Fargo will donate $5 to American Red Cross. (Maximum donation of $1,000,000; Wells Fargo is also guaranteeing a minimum donation of $500,000.)  Social media user’s profile must be set to public in order for # share to count.

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