Small Business

Boosting business with ‘mucho’ gusto

After more than a full year, the Open for Business Fund enters its third phase: focusing on grants to nonprofits for sustaining small businesses like LA’s Los Taquero Mucho for the long term.

Diversity & Inclusion

Wells Fargo gives $2 million to support entrepreneurship and small businesses in Los Angeles and Phoenix

CEO Charlie Scharf announced the gifts that will support entrepreneurship education and provide assistance to Black-owned and other diverse-owned businesses.

Volunteering & Giving

‘Heartbreaking’ photo drives Wells Fargo, Kings Care Foundation to ‘Team Up for Tech’

Collaboration between National Hockey League franchise, two Los Angeles-area nonprofits, and Wells Fargo provided computers and broadband for students to attend school virtually in under-resourced communities.

Business to Business

Shattering the wine glass ceiling

Wells Fargo helps Riboli Family Wines ‘always move forward.’

Small Business

A symbol for the small businesses that have ‘made a way’ during the pandemic

Wells Fargo commissioned artists to design commemorative “Open” signs inspired by small businesses the company has supported.

Small Business

A game changer for small businesses

Small business owners like Zhe Scott have received $1,000 grants, technical assistance, and business coaching from the Long Beach Economic Partnership’s Small Business Resiliency Microgrant Program with support from Wells Fargo.

Small Business

Helping California small business owners make a way during the pandemic

Through its Open for Business Fund and the Paycheck Protection Program, Wells Fargo is continuing to support small businesses in California with the capital and resources they need to make a way to stay open, day after day.

Volunteering & Giving

Helping restaurants stay in business while feeding those in need

Community Kitchens in Oakland, California, buys meals from neighborhood restaurants to donate to local nonprofits.

Business to Business

At Guittard, making chocolate is a sweet family affair

Through earthquakes, fires, and the Great Depression, five generations have continued to craft premium chocolate.