North Carolina


Financial Health

‘Financial health is foundational to everything we do’ with HBCUs

Wells Fargo’s support of the Society for Financial Education & Professional Development’s Student Ambassador Program increases career opportunities and financial education for students at historically Black colleges and universities.


Volunteering & Giving

Gift of mortgage-free house gives veteran and family a home for the holidays

Purple Heart recipient and retired U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Clint Myatt and his family received a mortgage-free home thanks to Military Warriors Support Foundation and Wells Fargo.


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

‘Teaching me how to lead’

Stranded in Guatemala after a family vacation, a Wells Fargo banker receives help from her manager to get home safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Financial Health

Providing virtual financial education for families and educators

As families and educators are adjusting to school closures and using virtual education amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many are turning to Hands on Banking®, Wells Fargo’s free, noncommercial online learning program.


Volunteering & Giving

Supporting essential workers with needle and thread

Some Wells Fargo employees are putting in long hours away from work making protective face coverings to support health care workers and others in their local communities.


Inside the Stagecoach

Getting paid to learn how to code

Carolina Fintech Hub’s Workforce Investment Network program trains economically challenged individuals as developers and places them in jobs at sponsor companies like Wells Fargo.


Inside the Stagecoach

Golfing to fund pediatric cancer research

A new pediatric cancer research lab at Levine Children’s Hospital is among the Wells Fargo Championship’s lasting contributions to the Carolinas.


Small Business

From hair brushing to car crushing

After 30 years, Mickey Coffino made the leap from hair salon owner to recycling center CEO, but the loan that made that move possible almost became her undoing until she found Wells Fargo banker Chris Underwood.