Devoting time and resources to community change.
Effective community improvement is our goal. We're committed to working closely with people and organizations that work for positive change. Because of this, we provide $20 million in KeyBank Foundation grants and charitable sponsorships annually.
KeyBank Foundation Gives $300,000 for Homeless Veterans in Michigan
A grant from KeyBank has made lives better for homeless veterans in Michigan. The generous grant will provide housing and employment opportunities for those who have served our country and now need our help to improve their futures.
KeyBank Awards $600,000 for Erie County Medical Center Expansion
KeyBank funding helps an Upstate New York trauma center to relocate and expand – bringing better health care to area residents.
Women in Leadership Roles Know It Takes Business Acumen to Reach the Top, and for This Bank Executive It Took Following This Surprising Advice
As chief of staff and director of Corporate Center for KeyCorp Trina Evans has a vast range of responsibilities at one of the largest banks in the U.S., and she got here, in part, by following some surprising advice.
Key Makes $1 Million Donation to Connecticut Nonprofit
KeyBank's donation to ConnCAT will help hundreds of disadvantaged adults receive career training so they can find fulfilling work in Connecticut.
Ex-Cleveland Browns Player Who Was There for “The Drive” Sees Good Things Ahead for the Team
From Browns to Banker, Brian Brennan may have taken an unusual career path but remains true to Cleveland. The former wide-receiver recalls “The Drive” and sees good things ahead for this season.
KeyBank’s Head of Sustainability Gives Back to His Neighborhood
Over the past decade, the Detroit Shoreway has grown in popularity as a place to live for northeast Ohioans. Driven by arts, culture and diversity, the neighborhood is quickly becoming a premier place to live, work and play. Andrew Watterson, Key’s Head of Sustainability, is proud to call it home.
Key’s Community Investment
Recognizing the potential of KeyBank’s vast network, Cleveland Market President Kip Clarke has created a unique community engagement strategy.
"It Takes a Village"
Most kids go to school during the day but for those with severe emotional and behavioral problems, school is not an option. Positive Education Program, or PEP, offers programming and support for families and students facing challenging situations.
ideastream and KeyBank are proud to present “Karamu: 100 Years in the House”: a documentary that chronicles the incredible story of the oldest African-American performing arts theater in America, the Karamu House in the historic Fairfax neighborhood of Cleveland.
ideastream and KeyBank Bring Screening of PBS Documentary "The Pursuit: 50 Years in the Fight for LGBT Rights" to Cleveland
In celebration of the progress of the LGBTQ civil rights movement, The Pursuit: 50 Years in the Fight for LGBT Rights made its Cleveland debut at the Ohio Theatre in Playhouse Square. The documentary features Jason Rudman, Director of Consumer Payments and Digital Banking at KeyBank, and his family.