Alabama


Diversity & Inclusion

Wells Fargo mural honors bravery of Freedom Riders fighting segregation

In 1961, segregation was illegal on interstate public transport, but the law was ignored in the Deep South. A Wells Fargo mural in Birmingham, Alabama, tells the story of the Freedom Riders who put themselves at risk to uphold the law.


History

Helping generations of moms support their families

This Mother’s Day, find out how Wells Fargo has helped moms for 166 years manage their finances and support their families.


Volunteering & Giving

Empowering students for their futures

UNCF’s scholarships and Empower Me Tour have helped students prepare for college and their careers, thanks to support from Wells Fargo.


History

From Tuskegee Airmen to Wells Fargo team members

A Wells Fargo historian shares the stories of Col. George S. Roberts and Lt. Col. James A. Walker, two former team members who were part of the famous Tuskegee Airmen.


Small Business

Online loan tool: ‘Tailor made’ for small businesses

Wells Fargo’s new FastFlexSM Small Business Loan provides a quick approval process and rapid funding — aimed at speeding needed cash into the hands of small business owners.


Volunteering & Giving

Where football interceptions turn into cash — for kids!

The “Picks for Kids” program donates $1,000 to the Children’s of Alabama hospital every time a football player for Auburn University or the University of Alabama makes an interception.


Diversity & Inclusion

Painting honors Birmingham church bombing victims

Wells Fargo commissioned a 17-year-old student at the Alabama School of Fine Arts to create a painting to honor four young girls who died in the bombing of Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church in 1963.