Wells Fargo NeighborhoodLIFT Program Returns to Houston to Create 300 Homeowners

As Houston continues to battle COVID-19, $5 million effort will help residents with $15,000 home down payment assistance
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HOUSTON, October 5, 2021 /3BL Media/ - As the pandemic continues to put a strain on Houstonians, Wells Fargo will bring the NeighborhoodLIFT® program back to Houston for a third time to help more than 300 low- and moderate-income individuals get on a path to homeownership with $15,000 down payment assistance grants.

'It's Imperative to Support Small Business Owners During These Turbulent Times'

Viewpoints: Latino, Black, immigrant, and poor communities — and the small businesses within these communities — will bear the brunt of the short- and long-term economic impacts of the pandemic, writes Tom Espinoza, president and CEO of the Raza Developme

Our monthly Viewpoints series invites guest authors from outside of Wells Fargo to share an important perspective related to their work. Today, we welcome Tom Espinoza, president and CEO of the Raza Development Fund, or RDF.

Wells Fargo Helps Keep People Housed Through Nearly $11 Million Grants to 19 Nonprofits

As homeowners and renters face COVID-19 economic recovery, philanthropic funding will provide urgent housing counseling and legal assistance services to help more than 250,000 people stay in their homes
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SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 25, 2021 /3BL Media/ - The housing crisis has been intensified by the COVID-19 pandemic and millions are facing housing and rental instability. In response to these financial challenges, Wells Fargo Foundation is providing nearly $11 million in additional grant funding to seven legal-assistance organizations and 12 housing counseling agencies to help keep people housed.

ideas42, Wells Fargo Aim to Tackle High Costs of Living in Poverty in the U.S.

Three-year, $15 million initiative taps entrepreneurs to develop new technologies to alleviate hidden burdens of low-income communities, improve economic opportunity for all
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SAN FRANCISCO, July 30, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Millions more Americans slipped into poverty over the past year, creating fresh concerns about deeply rooted racial inequities and structural barriers to financial prosperity.

'Supporting Historically Black Colleges and Universities Can Help America Ensure an Equitable Recovery'

Wells Fargo CEO Charlie Scharf and leaders of UNCF and Thurgood Marshall College Fund voice their support for bipartisian IGNITE HBCU Excellence Act

Editor’s note: Wells Fargo CEO Charlie Scharf; Dr. Michael Lomax, president and CEO of UNCF; and Dr. Harry L. Williams, president and CEO of Thurgood Marshall College Fund, co-authored the following op-ed for Roll Call, which published on July 21.

How do we ensure an equitable recovery from the pandemic?

Wells Fargo Donates Nearly $8 Million to Habitat for Humanity to Support Affordable Homeownership in the U.S.

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ATLANTA, June 24, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Wells Fargo today announced it is donating $7.75 million to Habitat for Humanity through its Wells Fargo BuildsSM program to increase housing affordability across the U.S. The grant will fund home builds, critical home repairs, and help address the historic gaps in Black homeownership.

Opportunity Finance Network Receives Largest Grant in 35-year History From Wells Fargo

$25M grant will target racial wealth gap and persistent poverty through Finance Justice Fund
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WASHINGTON June 21, 2021 /3BL Media/ --- Opportunity Finance Network (OFN) announced that Wells Fargo is committing a $25 million grant to its Finance Justice Fund to help tackle systemic barriers to capital in communities around the country.

Remembering 'Black Wall Street'

Wells Fargo participates in national recognition of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre with grant supporting economic empowerment efforts.

Many have recently become aware that this year’s Memorial Day weekend also marks the centennial of a historic attack on U.S. soil. African American lives, homes, and businesses were destroyed in sweeping acts of violence during a 16-hour period in Tulsa, Oklahoma, now known as the “Tulsa Race Massacre,” “Tulsa Race Riot of 1921,” or the destruction of “Black Wall Street.”

Rebuilding Together and Wells Fargo Partner to Rebuild Homes and Communities Across the Country

Focus on addressing urgent housing challenges to make homes safer and more accessible
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WASHINGTON, June 1, 2021 /3BL Media/ – Rebuilding Together, a leading national nonprofit providing essential home repairs and revitalizing communities, today announced a national initiative with Wells Fargo. The effort will focus on addressing urgent housing challenges through critical housing repairs that help provide safe, healthy and accessible homes for everyone.

From Bad Bunny to Smart Money

The new SUMA Wealth platform uses culturally relevant financial health entertainment to educate and empower young Latinos.

Sisters Melanie and Mariana Montoya could relate when they saw SUMA Wealth using the demand for Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny’s concert tickets to shell out personal financial advice: Don’t spend what you don’t have.


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