To help repair Habitat for Humanity homes damaged by historic flooding earlier this year, The Wells Fargo Housing Foundation has donated $5,000 to the Northern Lights Habitat for Humanity in Minot.
"These funds will be used for supplies and building materials essential for the clean-up and repair of two Habitat for Humanity homes, which ultimately will make our resilient community of Minot even stronger," said Daryl Hodnefield, business banking manager and community leader for Wells Fargo in Minot. "With Wells Fargo's financial support, the evacuated families will be able to return home. We're proud to be part of this project."
The Wells Fargo Housing Foundation was created to provide permanent solutions to homeownership needs in Wells Fargo communities nationwide.
Submitted Photo - - A check was presented to Habitat for Humanity from Wells Fargo Nov. 2. From left are Daryl Hodnefield, Wells Fargo; Larry Zirtzman, Northern Lights Habitat for Humanity; Theresa Bolinske, Wells Fargo; and Mike Wolf, Wells Fargo.
The Housing Foundation achieves its goals primarily through team member volunteerism and grant support to nonprofit housing organizations that share its mission.