Opening doors makes a big difference. Just ask our community heroes.
When you open doors, people with big plans can walk in. Like Ramat.
A chef and creative entrepreneur, who didn’t let a pandemic stop her from starting Adun Spice Co. where she curates spices inspired by her heritage, and gives back to her community by donating to local food charities.
So KeyBank invests in Ramat, with financial advice and support.
Because opening a door for one person, opens doors across a community.
KeyBank Opens Doors.
See all the ways we’re investing in communities at Key.com/Community
Ramat Wiley is a creative entrepreneur and a proud Cleveland native who believes in giving back.
KeyBank is proud to call her a client, and we’re proud to share the impact she’s made in her neighborhood and in the culinary community.
Whether you decide to volunteer, donate, or simply work to make a change in your community, every little bit counts, and you could be a motivator to the next person.
Ramat’s passion for food, fellowship, and honoring her heritage inspired her to start Adun Spice Co. And like Ramat, her small business is full of flavor—flavors like Maple Cajun, Citrus Garlic, and Smoked Sea Salt.
Making a difference in our community
KeyBank is committed to doing our part to help our clients and communities thrive, and we do it one opportunity, one goal, one success story at a time.
Key Helps Indianapolis Families Preserve Homes
The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership’s Stabilization Repair Loan Program, with support from KeyBank, is helping Indianapolis homeowners with low to moderate incomes finance needed home repairs affordably. This program helps them to sustain the homes they worked hard to achieve and keep their neighborhoods vibrant.
Key Supports Innovative Reentry and Recycle Program
With support from KeyBank, Indianapolis-based RecycleForce provides transitional employment and skills training to hundreds of new citizens referred by Indiana’s corrections system, while also safely recycling millions of pounds of electronic and metal waste.