Missouri


Small Business

Providing relief for small businesses impacted by COVID-19

Through the Open for Business Fund, Wells Fargo is supporting nonprofits that provide needed capital, technical support, and long-term resiliency programs for small businesses.


Volunteering & Giving

‘A labor of love’ to feed our communities

Wells Fargo has provided more than 153,000 packaged meals for nonprofits around the U.S. to help people in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Inside the Stagecoach

‘Sharing the wealth’: Wells Fargo’s art collection

Wells Fargo’s art collection includes about 10,000 pieces — including some by Andy Warhol — and has been shared in more than 100 communities.


Inside the Stagecoach

From the Air Force to the civilian workforce

Wells Fargo team member and Air Force veteran Chanty Clay uses her experience transitioning to civilian life and Ph.D. to mentor other veterans as they adjust to life after the military.


History

The real story behind the Pony Express

Find out how the Pony Express allowed people across the U.S. to hear the latest news and get in touch with friends and family quicker than ever — and why a national crisis made the service essential.


Inside the Stagecoach

Celebrating five fathers who inspire us

In honor of Father’s Day, here are some of the inspiring fathers we’ve featured on Wells Fargo Stories.


Volunteering & Giving

‘I have a clearer head about what I want to do’

Will Donlow and hundreds of others have found better jobs and are positioned for success thanks to Save Our Sons, a workforce training program helping economically disadvantaged African American and other men in the St. Louis area.


Business to Business

Italian tradition flavors this family business

Volpi Foods, a St. Louis artisan cured meats company, continues to build on its 110-year tradition — and a three-generation family heritage.


Volunteering & Giving

Meals in minutes to ‘Stop Hunger Now’

The Wells Fargo Advisors campus in St. Louis became a food factory for 75 minutes as 500 Wells Fargo volunteers packed 100,000 meals for Stop Hunger Now. A gong sounded for every 10,000 meals packed.