Wells Fargo & Company has announced $6 million in grants to nonprofit organizations working to revitalize neighborhoods.
Awarded through the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation's 2018 Priority Markets Program, the grants will support projects, programs, and initiatives focused on neighborhood revitalization and removing barriers to the creation of sustainable housing in low- and moderate-income communities. Since 2009, the program has awarded grants totaling $54 million to nonprofits in more than a hundred and twenty-five communities.
"These fifty nonprofits share our focus of strengthening communities through local neighborhood revitalization efforts in support of sustainable housing," said Martin Sundquist, executive director of the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation. "The impact of each dollar invested through this program will be magnified by enabling nonprofits to combine funding with other community grants as the catalyst for their neighborhood revitalization work, serving as a powerful example of the positive impact that can be achieved with thoughtful public-private collaboration."
For a complete list of grant recipients, see the Wells Fargo website.