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Community Connections receives $25,000

Posted: Thursday, June 6, 2013

Pathfinder Community Connections received a $25,000 grant from the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation to be used towards Pre-Homebuyer Education and Counseling in Fort Wayne.

Mary Bell, Indiana/Ohio Regional President for Wells Fargo, Michael Voorhees, branch manager at Wells Fargo Home Mortgage and Rosa Wheeler, Wells Fargo community development officer for Indiana/Ohio presented the $25,000 check to John Niederman, president of Pathfinder Services and Jan Baumgartner, director of Pathfinder Community Connections on Friday, May 31 at the Pathfinder Community Connections NeighborWorks HomeOwnership Center open house held at The Summit in Fort Wayne.

“We are extremely grateful to the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation for this grant which will allow for us to continue to help individuals and communities gain greater economic benefit through homeownership,” stated Baumgartner. “Grant dollars will allow for Pathfinder Community Connections to continue assisting families in developing the knowledge they need to be successful homeowners in Fort Wayne,” Baumgartner concluded.

“Helping families become smart homebuyers and achieve their dream of homeownership is an important part of our vision and values,” said Mary Bell, Wells Fargo’s regional president for Indiana and Ohio. “That’s why supporting homebuyer education programs such as this one is a key part of our commitment to our customers and the community.”

Mary Bell and Michael Voorhees of Wells Fargo Bank; Jan Baumgartner, director, Pathfinder Community Connections and John Niederman, president, Pathfinder Services are shown in the photo above with a $25,000 grant check awarded to Pathfinder Community Connections from the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation.