Wells Fargo team members prove small measures add up to make a difference by choosing 12 nonprofits across Gainesville to receive $1,000 grants as the Days of Giving program celebrated its fifth anniversary last month.
“The collective work of these 12 nonprofits makes a huge impact in our communities,” said J.D. Mealor, business banking manager for Wells Fargo. “Our community has a variety of needs and we are honored to support these groups in their efforts to change Gainesville for the better — one step at a time.”
The following groups received their checks at a community breakfast at The Oaks at 2719 Tumbling Creek Road in Gainesville. They were Boys & Girls Club of Hall County, Children’s Rainbow Home, Eagle Ranch, Extra Special People, Family Promise of Hall County, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Glory Hope and Life/For Her Glory, Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia, Good News Clinic, Safe Kids of Hall County, The Gateway House and The Latin American Association.
“There is no one-size-fits-all solution to the challenges in our community,” Wells Fargo district Manager Brian Steinfeld said. “Days of Giving allows us to help many local groups and we know that Gainesville will directly benefit from these grants.”