Corporate social responsibility
Creating solutions for stronger communities
Staying true to our vision, values and goals will guide us toward continued growth and success for decades to come.
Diversity and social inclusion: ensuring that all people feel respected and have equal access to resources, services and opportunities to succeed.
Meeting the increasingly diverse needs of Wells Fargo’s global customer base is critical for our company’s long-term growth and success. We’re committed to advancing diversity and social inclusion by helping ensure that all people across our workforce, our communities, and our supply chain feel valued and respected and have equal access to resources, services, products, and opportunities to succeed.
We define diversity to include — but not be limited to — difference by race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, work and life status, ethnic origin, culture, spiritual beliefs and practices, age, employment level, physical and mental ability, and veteran status.
Economic empowerment: strengthening financial self-sufficiency and economic opportunities in underserved communities.
Financial success for our customers and our business starts with the success of local communities. We’re strengthening economic opportunities in underserved communities by empowering individuals and small businesses with the products, services, knowledge, and tools needed to ensure financial self-sufficiency, income mobility, and ultimately, improved well-being and quality of life.
Environmental sustainability: accelerating transition to a lower-carbon economy to help reduce climate change impacts.
We are committed to doing our part to accelerate the transition to a lower-carbon economy and reduce the impacts of climate change. We do this by increasing our operational efficiency, and advancing clean technology, innovation, and other environmental solutions. We engage our customers, team members, suppliers, and community partners in our efforts to reduce waste, conserve resources, and support resilient communities.