Wells Fargo's 2020 CSR Goals

Wells Fargo's 2020 CSR Goals

Wells Fargo shares company progress toward 2020 corporate social responsibility goals which are focused on three areas of strategic focus: advancing diversity and social inclusion, creating economic opportunities in underserved communities, and accelerating the transition to a lower-carbon economy and a healthier planet.

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Wells Fargo Releases 2017 CSR Report, Reinforces Commitment to Donate More Than $400 Million to Non-Profits in 2018
SAN FRANCISCO, May 30, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC) today released its 2017 Corporate Social Responsibility report, which details the significant progress the company made last year to address social, economic, and environmental challenges through its philanthropy, operations, and products...
May 30, 2018 12:25 PM ET
Forget the City. These Millennials Are ‘Rethinking Rural’
When Madeline Moore was 22 and wanted to open her own bakery, she chose not to follow her friends who left her hometown of Long Beach, Washington, to launch their careers in larger, urban areas. Instead, Moore moved to Chinook, Washington, a 1-square mile spot in Pacific County near her hometown. Chinook’s population is small — only about 450 people live there — but it’s also the only...
Apr 27, 2018 9:00 AM ET
Wells Fargo Commits $200 Billion Toward Sustainable Financing
Wells Fargo will provide $200 billion in financing through 2030 to businesses and projects that support the transition to a low-carbon economy, CEO Tim Sloan announced Thursday during his keynote address at a CEO Investor Forum in San Francisco. More than 50 percent of the financing will be focused on companies and projects that directly support the transition to a low-...
Apr 20, 2018 9:00 AM ET
Habitat Volunteer Builds Home, Finds Unexpected Friendship
If it wasn’t for Paul Manyok and his family, Sammie Griffin might not be as heavily involved with Habitat for Humanity as she is today. But, like many of Wells Fargo’s volunteer team members, she found there are certain families whose stories have stayed with her and who inspire her to continue...
Mar 29, 2018 9:00 AM ET
A $3.5 Million Commitment to Increase Financial Capability
Toncé Jackson was at a low point four years ago. In Chicago’s Cook County Jail for a fourth time, she was struggling with substance abuse, had no job, a limited education, terrible credit, and was burdened with debt — she didn’t even have a bank account. Caught in a painful cycle that was destroying her family, she resolved to change. “I wanted to start my...
Mar 19, 2018 3:00 PM ET

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