Wells Fargo donates $13 million to six Bay Area nonprofits helping small businesses survive the pandemic

San Francisco Chronicle

Wells Fargo is donating $13 million to six Bay Area nonprofits helping small businesses that have struggled during the coronavirus pandemic with free advising and loans.

Wells Fargo chose San Francisco’s Community Vision Capital & Consulting, Feed the Hunger Fund, Low Income Investment Fund; Oakland’s ICA and Pacific Community Ventures; and San Jose’s Accion Opportunity Fund for the grants.

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