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The Wells Fargo Stagecoach Will Deliver Clothing, Shoes and a $40,000

Check to Pay for Thanksgiving Meals

Nov. 23, 2010 (Business Wire) -- Wells Fargo & Company:

What:  

Wells Fargo will deliver clothing and shoes donated by A Foundation for Kids to the Los Angeles Mission at its “Thanksgiving Dinner” event on Wednesday. Personal items and clothing will be delivered in an historical Wells Fargo horse-drawn stagecoach to the front steps of the Los Angeles Mission. The Wells Fargo Foundation also will present a $40,000 check to the Los Angeles Mission to pay for 3,500 Thanksgiving meals for the homeless.

 
Where: Los Angeles Mission

303 E. 5th Street, Los Angeles

 
When: Wednesday, Nov. 24

9 a.m., Stagecoach will arrive on 5th Street

11 a.m. – 3 p.m., Thanksgiving Meals served by Wells Fargo team members
 
Who:

The Wells Fargo stagecoach is an approved reproduction, pulled by a team of six specially trained horses and guided by an experienced driver. For more information about Wells Fargo’s historical stagecoach: https://www.wellsfargo.com/about/history/stagecoach/.

 

About Wells Fargo:

 

Wells Fargo & Company invested $15 million in nearly 1,400 nonprofits in the Greater Los Angeles region in 2009 – up almost 9 percent over 2008. Wells Fargo invested $202 million in 18,000 nonprofits nationwide, surpassing $200 million for the second year in a row. The company remains the largest financial services corporate contributor to nonprofit organizations in the Greater Los Angeles region. In California, Wells Fargo has 1,040 Community Banking stores, 145 Home Mortgage stores, more than 3,200 ATMS and more than 48,000 team members. The company promotes economic growth and self-sufficiency, education, social services, the arts and the environment in thousands of communities across North America. The merger of Wells Fargo and Wachovia makes our presence twice as strong in the communities we serve. For more about Wells Fargo’s achievements in Social Responsibility: www.wellsfargo.com/about/csr.

 

About the Los Angeles Mission:

The Los Angeles Mission was founded in 1936. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, it is funded by donations from individuals, corporations, foundations and other non-governmental entities. Its annual budget is approximately $12 million.

 

About A Foundation for Kids:

The goal of A Foundation for Kids (AFFK) is to raise funds and in-kind support for children’s homes and agencies that serve abused and troubled children in Southern California. Since its inception in 1999, the organization has helped nearly 350,000 children. For additional information about AFFK, visit: http://www.4kidsfoundation.org/About.html.

 

Wells Fargo & Company
Media:
Pia Hahn, 213-253-3295 (direct)
Cell: 213-247-4527
pia.hahn@wellsfargo.com
or
Spanish-language Media:
Edna Silva, 213-253-3733 (direct)
Cell: 213-248-1415
edna.m.silva@wellsfargo.com


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