Financial Health

‘During difficult times, you’re supposed to use your gifts and services’

Nonprofits are providing free financial coaching and counseling to help people amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with support from Wells Fargo.

Diversity & Inclusion

Wells Fargo mural celebrates groundbreaking African American journalist

Roosevelt Toston, the first African American news reporter and anchor in Las Vegas, is among those reconnecting with the past to inspire the present through the Wells Fargo Community Mural Program.


A ticket to opportunity

A stagecoach ride in 1861 led Samuel Clemens to new opportunities in Nevada, where he started his writing career under the pen name Mark Twain.


‘Hold-the-Fort’ Ross stops a train robbery

Wells Fargo Express Messenger Aaron Y. Ross showed a deep commitment to protecting customers’ assets during a train robbery attempt in 1883.

Volunteering & Giving

Now showing: The (neighborhood) transformers

As Maya Cinemas expands its effort to help revitalize Latino neighborhoods, the company continues to leverage the financing benefits of new markets tax credits.


From trudging through snowdrifts to leading Wells Fargo

Find out how a Wells Fargo agent in 1864 stopped at nothing to deliver mail, money, and newspapers to customers — and how he later became the company’s president.


From public housing to homeownership

Natasha Jones is one of more than 15,000 people who have become homeowners thanks to Wells Fargo’s LIFT programs.


Solar Spring Break encourages students to give back

Nearly 200 students spent a week giving back and learning about solar power through GRID Alternatives’ Solar Spring Break.

Inside the Stagecoach

‘Lost Boy’ finds a better life in America

As a Lost Boy of Sudan, Ateny Ajak shares his dramatic story of surviving war as a child, coming to the U.S., and finding freedom.