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A woman wearing a jacket, hat, and gloves puts a box of food on a porch as she looks up and smiles. Nearby are a brick column and wooden bench.
National Good Neighbor Day is celebrated on Sept. 28 and promotes neighbors getting to know each other better and acknowledges the importance of a good neighbor.
Housing
September 24, 2020

‘The noblest human concern is concern for others’

In honor of National Good Neighbor Day on Sept. 28, read stories of how Wells Fargo has helped bring neighbors and their communities together.

When former U.S. President Jimmy Carter proclaimed National Good Neighbor Day as a holiday in 1978, he said, “The noblest human concern is concern for others. Understanding, love, and respect build cohesive families and communities. The same bonds cement our nation and the nations of the world.”

National Good Neighbor Day, which promotes neighbors getting to know each other better and acknowledges the importance of a good neighbor, is celebrated on Sept. 28. In honor of the holiday, read about how Wells Fargo has helped neighbors who are also family, neighbors who have become like family, and its employees who have acted as good neighbors to people in their neighborhoods and the communities Wells Fargo serves.

A woman with a mask on kneels to pet a dog. Next to her a box says: Simple ways to support your neighbors: Deliver groceries to their home. Walk their dog. Send them a handwritten note. Help out with yard work, like watering plants. Order them desserts from a local bakery.
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