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Nineteen Augusta groups recognized through Wells Fargo’s Days of Giving

Wells Fargo team members chose 19 non-profits across the Augusta area for $1,000 grants through the Days of Giving program.

Days of Giving, now in its fourth year in Augusta, allows team members to honor groups helping in their local communities.

The grants were issued Wednesday to: Augusta State University Foundation, Broad Street Ministries, Child Enrichment, Columbia County Cares, Community in Schools of Burke County, Community Ministry of North Augusta, Fisher House Foundation, Full Circle Refuge, Golden Harvest Food Bank, Hope House, Julie’s House, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Kids Restart, Lynndale Inc., Mercy Ministries Inc., Ronald McDonald House, Safe Homes of Augusta, Southeastern Firefighters Burn Foundation and Upside of Downs Inc.

The bank also presented the United Way of the CSRA with a check for $20,000.

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