Wells Fargo donates $100,000 for Oklahoma tornado victims

Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) announced Thursday that it is donating $100,000 to the American Red Cross to assist individuals and families affected by this week’s devastating tornado in Moore, Okla. and surrounding areas. The American Red Cross will use the money to help tornado victims in the region.
“When a community is faced with such a tragic loss of life and destruction of property, it’s our duty to act and to help bring relief to those in need,” said Jon Campbell, executive vice president of Government and Community Relations at Wells Fargo. “We hope our contribution will help the people in this community address their very vital, immediate needs and begin the longer process of recovery.”
“The impact of this storm on this community is simply staggering,” said Rick Folmar, Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas complex manager for Wells Fargo Advisors. “We are currently providing assistance to all of our customers who were affected by it. There are many people in need here, and we will help them recover and rebuild.”

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