BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - Wells Fargo gave $1.2 million to six local non-profits aiding in Camp Fire relief.
The money went to the following organizations:
The American Red Cross ($225,000)
The Salvation Army ($175,000)
The United Way of Northern California ($175,000)
Torres Shelter ($150,000)
Adventist Health ($50,000)
Funds will go toward the immediate needs of individuals and businesses as well as the longer term economic rebuilding and revitalization of the region.
Overall, the bank has donated $2.5 million to fund wildfire relief efforts in all of California.
The check was presented at Wells Fargo Community Day in Chico on Thursday.
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