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Mar 08 2010
Local Wells Fargo Employees Supporting Special Olympics PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 08 March 2010

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            Wells Fargo Bank in Alaska announced last week that it has raised $400,000 statewide for non-profit corporations. Stephanie Garrard is the contributions manager for Wells Fargo Alaska. She said here in Kodiak, employees raised $3,375 for Special Olympics, which was matched dollar-for-dollar by the company for a total of $6,750.

 

 

--          (Wells 1                      21 sec              "It is impressive. ... their money in their community.")

 

            She said the fundraising program is run in conjunction with the United Way:

 

--          (Wells 2                      29 sec              "Well, it is part of the ... Special Olympics there in Kodiak.")

 

            Garrard said that despite the economic downturn, Wells Fargo's employee and company contributions went up this year:

 

--          (Wells 3                      12 sec              "In speaking with the ... committed team members.")

 

            Last year, Wells Fargo and its Kodiak employees raised $6,500 for new computers at the Kodiak Senior Center.

 
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