Wells Fargo Regional Foundation

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Location: 123 S Broad St, Philadelphia, 19109 PA

EIN: 22-2625990

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1Bureaucratic1Doesn't "get" nonprofits and issues1Inadvertently exerts negative influence in the field1Builds relationships1Gives more than money1Likes site visits

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Wells Fargo Regional Foundation

Apr 27, 2021

Reviewer 5683 - Grant Applicant - applied in 2018

This is a second review for the grant received in 2018 (previous review for 2015 grant). During the 2018 grant cycle, the Wells Fargo Foundation had already decided what grant and project they wanted to donate before making the grant, and they were not very available or flexible to discuss the broader scope of needs that could have been addressed with the grant funds. Again, having a dialogue as early in the process as possible would have led to a smoother and better-coordinated process.

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Apr 27, 2021

Reviewer 5683 - Grant Applicant - applied in 2015

I would recommend speaking with one of the foundation's leaders or staff at an event they sponsor, such as an early grade literacy event. If you don't have any existing relationship established, it would probably be hard to "get in the door" at all. However, once the foundation is engaged, they are great to work with.


Gives more than money, Builds relationships, Likes site visits

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Jul 26, 2019

Reviewer 7538 - Professional in the field

Expect disorganization and to be asked multiple times for the same piece of information. They give the vibe that genuine grantee relationships are not a priority.


Inadvertently exerts negative influence in the field, Doesn't "get" nonprofits and issues, Bureaucratic

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