Wells Fargo Bank: Free Virtual Financial Coaching Available to Help with COVID-19 Hardships

August 12, 2020

If you are facing financial challenges amid COVID-19, it can be
overwhelming to figure out which bills to pay first and where to go for
assistance with rent, groceries, and other household needs. During
this time of uncertainty, the Wells Fargo Foundation is supporting
national nonprofits in expanding free virtual financial coaching services
to anyone facing financial hardships nationwide.

Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education®:
Sign up to meet virtually with a certified financial coach or counselor
for free at yellowribbonnetwork.org/afcpecovid19.

Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund: Visit fecpublic.org/about and
cfefund.org/project/financial-navigators/ for locations offering bilingual,
remote one-on-one financial counseling or financial navigation services.

National Disability Institute: Visit the Financial Resilience Center
(nationaldisabilityinstitute.org/financial-resilience-center) for accessible
financial health resources and to sign-up for free financial coaching.

National Foundation for Credit Counseling: For free assistance managing
creditors or debt, call 1-844-865-1971 or visit the nfcc.org/locator/ to
connect with a bilingual financial counselor.

Operation Hope: Call 1-888-388-HOPE to register for virtual financial
recovery coaching or visit https://www.hopeinsidecovid19.org/recovery.
To get a handle on your finances, individuals and families can reach out to one
or more nonprofits to assess whether the assistance offered is right for their
specific needs.

Wells Fargo responds to COVID-19

As part of a series of comprehensive actions that Wells Fargo is taking to
assist people and communities, we are donating $175 million to help address
public health needs, small business, housing, and financial stability challenges.
Visit Wells Fargo Stories (stories.wf.com) to learn more.