Wells Fargo to provide $325,000 toward Midwest flood relief
Wells Fargo & Co. announced it will donate $325,000 to aid Midwest communities devastated by recent flooding. The Wells Fargo Foundation will donate $250,000 to the American Red Cross for immediate needs, and an additional $75,000 will be distributed to local nonprofits to aid with the recovery in affected communities. “Our thoughts are with all of our neighbors in the Midwest who are grappling with the aftermath of recent floods,” said Jon Campbell, president of the Wells Fargo Foundation. “The effect to homeowners, businesses and farmers is distressing, and Wells Fargo is committed to supporting relief efforts in the days and weeks to come.” Wells Fargo customers who wish to support the American Red Cross relief efforts for Midwest tornadoes and floods may donate through Wells Fargo ATMs located in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin through April 3. There is no fee for ATM donations, and 100 percent of contributions will be sent to the American Red Cross, the company said.