Arts & Technology Academy of Pontiac's Chief Administrative Officer Septembra Williams
(from left), Heather Hunt-Ruddy
of Wells Fargo Advisors, and Adalin's parents, Tammy Farnum and James Farnum stand in the garden dedicated to Adalin Farnum, a 9-year-old who died of a rare form of brain cancer.
Heather Hunt-Ruddy, managing director for Wells Fargo Advisors in the Detroit market, said her company set out on a mission in 2007 to partner with Gleaners Food Bank and focus on childhood hunger.
Meeting with the Arts & Technology Academy of Pontiac Chief Administrative Officer Septembra Williams
"was all it took," Hunt-Ruddy
said the Wells Fargo corporation
and its employees have contributed $85,000 in 2-1/2 years to the program targeting childhood hunger.