Wells Fargo Stories of Better: Detroit HomeLift

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Wells Fargo Stories of Better: Detroit HomeLift

Military veteran Kienya Rudolph, of Detroit, who lost his home, rebuilt his credit and savings, and became a homeowner again through Detroit HomeLift.
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Military veteran Kienya Rudolph, of Detroit

Friday, August 11, 2017 - 7:00am

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A new Wells Fargo video series celebrates the triumph of the human spirit over adversity and spotlights individuals who are working to make their communities better every day.

Military veteran Kienya Rudolph, of Detroit, who lost his home, rebuilt his credit and savings, and became a homeowner again through Detroit HomeLift (video 2:54 minutes).

“People not only want to know how we’re making things right with our customers after the sales practices issues,” said Wells Fargo Chief Marketing Officer Jamie Moldafsky, “but also how we’re ‘Building Better Every Day’ through our philanthropy and volunteerism in our communities.

“Each of these new stories shows the grit and determination of remarkable people, their desire to be better, where that took them, and those who lent them a hand along the way in their journeys,” she said.

See all four stories at wellsfargo.com/better and learn more about Wells Fargo’s corporate social responsibility priorities.

Keywords: Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives | Community Development | Corporate Social Responsibility | Detroit | HomeLIFT | Veterans | Wells Fargo | financial education | homeownership | military

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