Virginia


Volunteering & Giving

Stabilizing lives, housing, and communities during crisis

From job searches to help with the rent, nonprofit programs support individuals in crisis to help communities emerge stronger from the pandemic, with help from Wells Fargo.


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

Holiday Food Bank to make spirits bright again in 2019

Through Dec. 31, Wells Fargo turns its bank branches into food banks and accepts donations through text and ATMs to help Feeding America® fight hunger.


Diversity & Inclusion

School rediscovers its civil rights legacy in a bank

A mural in a Wells Fargo bank branch in Hampton, Virginia, celebrates the alumni of a formerly all-black high school who left their mark on their community and their country.


Financial Health

‘Money coach’ loves helping customers win

Adrian Simmons and other financial health bankers have helped more than 26,000 customers since Wells Fargo began its Financial Health Conversations program in 2015.


Volunteering & Giving

More than 433,800 meals served

The Wells Fargo Holiday Food Bank, a joint effort with United Way, collected more than 251,000 pounds of food nationwide in just over a month during the holidays, bringing Wells Fargo team members and community members together to fight hunger in the U.S.


Diversity & Inclusion

Looking past the face to the person within

As a new film highlights a child’s struggle to gain acceptance despite his physical difference, Wells Fargo team member Jennifer Wallace reflects on her similar journey and the documentary she was inspired to create.


Housing

For this mother and son, home is where the stairway is

Buying a home seemed out of reach for this single mom in Virginia — until she chose to work one-on-one with Wells Fargo.


Diversity & Inclusion

Dad’s segregation experience spurs banker to achieve

Chaquita Venable is seizing opportunities denied her dad, Clem, by the segregation and shutdown of public schools in his Virginia county over 50 years ago.