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Wells Fargo’s 2016 Eastern Gateway Community Connections

Wells Fargo’s 2016 Eastern Gateway Community Connections

Chi_UDcWUAEuzjE.jpg-largeWells Fargo executive team presented $1,000 checks to representatives of 56 local nonprofits that serve several communities within the regions of Eastern Los Angeles County, North Orange County, and Western San Bernardino County.

Charitable giving is a priority for us. In fact nationally, in 2015 the company contributed more than $22.2 million to nonprofit organizations and schools in Greater Los Angeles.

Video exclusive, Hispanic Lifestyle talks with Nicha Tabrizi area president for Wells Fargo about their Community Connection program. Here is a list of the organizations that received the contributions:

Artesia ABCUSD Child Development
Azusa Our Neighborhood Homework House
Brea Brea Foundation
Buena Park Giving Children
Cerritos ABC Foundation Education
Cerritos Blind Start of America
Chino Chino High School
Chino Chino Development Program / Liberty Elementary
City of Industry St. Christopher Church – Homeless Shelter
Claremont Crossroads, Inc.
Covina Set for Life
Covina Mothers Helping Others
Diamond Bar Gregg’s Goal
Duarte Alpha K9 Service Program
Fullerton 75th Street Elementary School
Fullerton Parks Foundation for Education
Glendora Shepherd’s Pantry
Glendora Citrus College Foundation
Glendora Glendora High School Band
Glendora Glendora Education Foundation
Inland Empire Hope Through Housing
Inland Empire Inland Empire United Way
Irvine Families Forward
La Habra Parent of Murdered Children
La Habra Meals on Wheels La Habra
La Mirada Meals on Wheels La Mirada
La Mirada La Mirada Little League – Challengers Div.
La Puente Meals on Wheels La Puente
La Puente Sierra Vista Middle School
La Puente Coronado High School
La Verne Santa Claus of Chaffey District
Monrovia Boys and Girls Club of the Foothills
Monrovia Foothill Unity Center
Montclair Montclair High School
Norwalk Dream Big Project Inc.
Ontario Chaffey High School
Ontario The Ontario Center School
Pomona Angels Who Care Inc.
Rancho Cucamonga United Nations of Consciousness
Rancho Cucamonga Lighthouse Social Service Center
Rancho Cucamonga 180 degrees
Rosemead Maryvale
Rowland Heights Rowland Heights High School
San Dimas McKinley Children’s Center
Santa Fe Springs Our Lady of Perpetual Help Teen Center
Upland The Roman Fund
Upland Foothill Family Shelter
Walnut AYSO Region 23
Walnut Walnut  Valley Educational Foundation
West Covina Relay for Life – West Covina
West Covina Serenity Infant Care Homes, Inc.
West Covina West Covina High School
West Covina Friends of the West Covina Library
Whittier The Whole Child
Whittier YMCA

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Richard Sandoval has been producing events throughout California since 1994. Mr. Sandoval is producer of Hispanic Lifestyle’s signature events such as the annual Latina Conference, SoCal Business Expo and Conference. He has been recognized by several local, state and federal agencies for his efforts to promote positive images of the Latino community. Mr. Sandoval is also a two (2) time Small Business Administration Award (SBA) Winner. Follow on twitter @RDSHLTV

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