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    On it's seventh annual "Day of Caring," Wells Fargo donated $15,000 to Classroom Central, a non-profit that gives free school supplies to Charlotte teachers.

On it's seventh annual "Day of Caring," Wells Fargo donated $15,000 to Classroom Central, a non-profit that gives free school supplies to Charlotte teachers. Alex Kormann The Charlotte Observer
On it's seventh annual "Day of Caring," Wells Fargo donated $15,000 to Classroom Central, a non-profit that gives free school supplies to Charlotte teachers. Alex Kormann The Charlotte Observer

Local nonprofit uses one bank’s philanthropy to give away school supplies

June 02, 2017 5:53 PM