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South Carolina

Employees

6,910

New Small Business Loans

$577 million

Home Mortgage Originations

$2.41 billion

Municipal Bond Underwriting

$2.02 billion

Total Deposits

$29.4 billion

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Region: Charleston

Wells Fargo Supports Minority-Owned Small Businesses in South Carolina

The Wells Fargo Works For Small Business®: Diverse Community Capital program offers capital and technical assistance to minority-owned small businesses through Community Development Financial Institutions. Wells Fargo provided a $500,000 grant to Charleston’s South Carolina Community Loan to support historically underserved small business owners.

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Region: Columbia

Wells Fargo’s Philanthropic Contributions in South Carolina

Wells Fargo donated more than $5.3 million through 389 grants to local nonprofits, schools and community organizations in 2018 to help the communities and people of South Carolina. Wells Fargo collaborated with grantees such as Homeless No More in Columbia to provide homebuyer education, down payment assistance and other sustainable housing solutions.

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Region: Greenville

JPMorgan Invests in Youth to Increase Economic Mobility

In 2018, JPMorgan awarded a $75,000 grant to MDC to support the Network for Southern Economic Mobility, a group of Southern cities, including Greenville, committed to increasing economic mobility for young adults in the lowest income brackets. City leaders receive customized coaching, learn about governmental systems change, and identify strategies to eliminate barriers to economic mobility.

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