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Team Wells Fargo

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BENEFITING: No Barriers

ORGANIZER: Team

EVENT: Soldiers to Summits 2014

Marc Homertgen

THE STORY:

With large numbers of military members transitioning to civilian life over the next few years, it’s more important now than ever to make sure that transition is a successful one. Wells Fargo is proud to work alongside Soldiers to Summits to help empower veterans to transition to a successful civilian life. Soldiers to Summits helps veterans shatter the barriers in their lives. My Wells Fargo teammates and I have pledged our support to Soldiers to Summits (through the Walk with the Soldiers campaign) to help ensure that our wounded veterans aren’t walking their journey alone.  This September, a team of wounded veterans from around the United States will come together to climb 25-miles and summit the highest peak in the contiguous U.S - Mt. Whitney.  Along with my Wells Fargo teammates, I have pledged to walk 25 Miles in support of our Mission Mt. Whitney team of veterans.  Please support my efforts and consider making a donation in support of the men and women who have served our country so valiantly!

Walk with the Soldiers is a national campaign created to ensure that our wounded veterans of Mission: Mt. Whitney are not walking through their journey to recovery alone. It is a grassroots fundraising effort using Fitbit as a step-counting partner and Crowdrise as an online fundraising partner. While everyone can't be on the mountain with the soldiers, you can show your support by joining a team or making a donation and by spreading the word of this important work.  Financial donations benefit the No Barriers USA, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.  Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Wells Fargo is proud of the progress we’ve made towards our commitment of helping veterans, military members and their families with sustainable housing, career transition and financial education, but we know there is still a lot of work to do. Wells Fargo plans to be there every step of the way.

Please reference the attached website to learn more about this campaign.

http://www.s2s2014.org/

Many thanks!

Marc

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To This Fundraiser

$1,250

MONEY RAISED
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  • Marc Homertgen

    $100

  • Mom and Dad Homertgen

    $100

  • David and Jeannie Popelka

    $50

  • Ron and Liz Jones

    $50

  • Josh and Erin Mitchell

    $150

  • Donna

     

  • Mindy Hungerman

    $25

  • Tom Balestrieri

    $50

  • Bruce King

    $25

  • john adams

    $50

  • Three Bridges Match (8/25-9/7)

    $450

  • Sally Smedal

    $50

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Fundraise for this Campaign

The Team: $33,209 TOTAL RAISED SO FAR

JOIN THE TEAM
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Team Wells Fargo

Amount Raised

$3,695

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Marc Homertgen

Amount Raised

$1,250

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Sara Mocabee

Amount Raised

$1,250

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Susan Aguais

Amount Raised

$1,025

 

205% Raised of$500 Goal

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Matthew Heid

Amount Raised

$690

 

138% Raised of$500 Goal

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Michael Butier

Amount Raised

$665

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brenda gordon

Amount Raised

$650

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Eric Smith

Amount Raised

$570

Donor Comments

Sally Smedal

Sally Smedal

DONATION: $50

In Memory of my Dad - who served proudly in WWII 5 years ago

Three Bridges Match (8/25-9/7)

Three Bridges Match (8/25-9/7)

DONATION: $450

5 years ago

john adams

john adams

DONATION: $50

5 years ago

Bruce King

Bruce King

DONATION: $25

5 years ago

Tom Balestrieri

Tom Balestrieri

DONATION: $50

Go Marc ! Great cause. 5 years ago

Mindy Hungerman

Mindy Hungerman

DONATION: $25

5 years ago

Donna

Donna

5 years ago

Josh and Erin Mitchell

Josh and Erin Mitchell

DONATION: $150

5 years ago

Ron and Liz Jones

Ron and Liz Jones

DONATION: $50

5 years ago

David and Jeannie Popelka

David and Jeannie Popelka

DONATION: $50

For all our heroes in uniform. 5 years ago