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Wells Fargo employees volunteer at a SOLVE cleanup in Medford.
Wells Fargo employees volunteer at a SOLVE cleanup in Medford.
Wells Fargo's support of Oregon and S.W. Washington communities in 2017 totals more than $4.79 million in donations and volunteer hours (Photo) - 02/14/18

PORTLAND, Ore. -- Wells Fargo and its employees provided more than $4.79 million worth of support to schools and nonprofit groups in Oregon and S.W. Washington in 2017 to help local communities succeed.

"Caring for our customers and communities is embedded in our culture," said Region Bank President Tracy Curtis of Portland. "We strive to create a positive, lasting impact through our operations, business practices, philanthropy and community engagement," added Region Bank President Cindy Johnson of McMinnville.

The total dollars given in this region included $2,837,870 in grants from Wells Fargo and $835,794 in personal gifts and pledges made by Wells Fargo employees.

In addition, Wells Fargo's employees in this region volunteered 46,318 hours for thousands of local schools and nonprofit agencies in 2017. Based on the value of a volunteer's time (estimated at $24.14 by the nonprofit Independent Sector), those hours are the equivalent of a donation of more than $1.1 million.

Serving Pacific Northwest customers and communities since 1852, Wells Fargo has repeatedly been ranked among the most generous corporations in Oregon and America. The company is planning to donate $400 million to community and nonprofit organizations across the nation this year. More information about Wells Fargo's community support is posted at wellsfargo.com.
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