Wells Fargo helps Habitat

Wells Fargo has donated $30,000 and 174 volunteer hours to Rogue Valley Habitat for Humanity in Medford.

With Wells Fargo's support, the nonprofit group built three affordable homes in Medford for low-to-moderate-income residents, the banking company said in a news release.

The grant is part of the $345,000 Wells Fargo Housing Foundation donated to eight Habitat for Humanity affiliates in Oregon and Southwest Washington to support the construction of 15 homes.

About 550 Wells Fargo team members in Oregon and Southwest Washington volunteered more than 3,480 hours this year for Habitat for Humanity. They raised walls, made interior improvements, painted, landscaped and performed a variety of other construction duties at build sites around the region.

— Greg Stiles

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