Wells Fargo awards grants to three local groups
September 10, 2012
Three Summit County nonprofits recently received grants totaling $2,775 from the 19th annual Wells Fargo Community Assistance Fund. “Helping those in need and working together is at the heart of our community and what makes Summit County such a great place to live, work, play and do business,” said John Hostetter, Wells Fargo’s market president and business banking manager for Summit County. “The many small, local, grassroots organizations based here play such an important role in our community. We want to show them we appreciate their efforts on behalf of all of us and we’re proud to make these grants as part of our overall community investment efforts.” The following local organizations received a Wells Fargo Community Assistance Fund grant: Boys & Girls Club of South Park, Bristlecone Montessori School and Friends of the Dillon Ranger District.Statewide, more than 200 qualified, community-based nonprofit organizations in Colorado will receive funding in 2012 from Wells Fargo through the fund. Eligible organizations must be certified 501(c)(3) and have an annual budget of $350,000 or less.