Ryan House

Jolyn Andrews plays with her son Joel Andrews 3 1/2 who has Neurofibromatosis Type 1 and has undergone three surgeries one for a spinal fusion, and the others to remove tumors and to increase mobility. Darryl Webb/AFN

Darryl Webb

Wells Fargo contributed $41,000 to 10 nonprofits to recognize the contributions the company’s Arizona team members have made to the groups. The contributions are made through Wells Fargo’s Volunteer Service Award program.

The nonprofit groups supported by Wells Fargo’s top three Volunteer Service Award winners in Arizona will receive $10,000 each and the fourth will receive $5,000.

• Ryan House, $10,000.

• City of Hope Walk for Hope, $10,000.

• Recreation and Athletics for the Disabled (RAD)/Special Olympic Chandler, $10,000.

• Phoenix Community ToolBank, $5,000.

The Wells Fargo Volunteer Service Award program is in its 35th year and it continues to recognize and reward team members’ volunteer efforts with contributions from Wells Fargo to the nonprofit or K-12 school where they volunteer. This year, 197 team members from around the world, including 10 team members from Arizona, were awarded more than $500,000 to their organizations.

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