Habitat for Humanity receives Wells Fargo grant, helping hands

ST. GEORGE – The Wells Fargo Foundation provides $15,000 in funds to assist in the rehabilitation of Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah’s 19th home in Washington County. Along with the monetary support, employees of local Wells Fargo branches volunteered 60 hours of their time helping with the rehabilitation of the home.

“We are committed to partnering with outstanding organizations like Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah because it is dedicated to improving our communities and the quality of life for individuals and families,” Brian Brough, district manager for Wells Fargo’s Red Rock area said. “Our enthusiastic team member volunteers thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to work on Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah’s 19th home project in Washington County. Wells Fargo greatly appreciates Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah and the meaningful and crucial services it provides.”

“We love working with partners like Wells Fargo, they not only provide monetary support, but provide volunteer opportunities for their employees,” Michael Gburski, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah said.

For more information about the work of Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah, to donate materials, services, funds, and/or to volunteer, please call 435-674-7669 or e-mail director@habitatswu.org.

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