Wells Fargo's commitment to the LGBT community dates back to 1987 when we added sexual orientation to our nondiscrimination policy. Since then, Wells Fargo has become one of the most visible companies in the community through diverse initiatives, including:
Participating in more than 50 Pride parades and celebrations annually in cities around the country, from New York and Washington, D.C. to San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Offering financial education for LGBT-owned businesses through our longtime affiliation with the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) and support for many local LGBT business organizations.
Providing early funding for HIV/AIDS research and critical HIV/AIDS service organizations.
Supporting key LGBT organizations through financial and volunteer resources, including HRC, Point Foundation, The Trevor Project, Out & Equal Workplace Advocates, Lambda Legal, and PFLAG.
Working with organizations, such as Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and GLAAD to combat bullying of LGBT youth. We helped GLSEN achieve its goal of placing a Safe Space Kit in every middle and high school in America to ensure that kids are protected when they feel threatened and can find support when they need it. This year, we have committed to help GLSEN distribute their Ready, Set, Respect toolkits for educators and administrators into every K-6 school in the U.S. We are also a proud presenting sponsor of GLAAD's Spirit Day campaign.
Working with organizations, such as ONE Archives and the GLBT Historical Society, which help preserve, promote and celebrate the rich history of the LGBT Community.
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