Inspiring community improvement.
We each have the power to change communities for the better. That's why we support and encourage our employees as they volunteer. Working together, we can create communities that will support and sustain positive growth.
KeyBank Turns Volunteering into Virtual Effort
When the pandemic took hold of the nation, KeyBank recognized the opportunity to transform its celebrated annual Neighbors Make the Difference Day® in-person volunteering event into a virtual experience, turning the one-day event into something with even greater impact.
KeyBank Tax Preparation Event Results in Happier Returns, for the 15th Year
During KeyBank’s 15th annual Super Refund Saturday, hosted in community centers nationwide, 120 employees volunteered their time to provide free tax preparation services to hundreds of individuals and families. The event resulted in 580 tax returns being filed, which generated more than $1 million in federal and state tax refunds.
Close-Knit Group Shares a Passion for Yarn – and Helping Others
A group of volunteers in Portland, Oregon, has become extra creative in how they are contributing to local nonprofit groups. String of Purls is a knitting and crocheting group consisting of KeyBank employees and family members who take to the needle to help those in need.
Volunteering for Light The Night Hits Close to Home for KeyBank Senior Manager in Cleveland
After his young daughter was diagnosed and underwent cancer treatments, Adam Andolina decided to get involved with raising funds and awareness for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. This year he chaired Cleveland’s Light The Night event.
KeyBank Joins Carter Work Project, Habitat for Humanity to Build Homes in Northern Indiana
Committed to providing affordable homes to communities in need, the KeyBank Foundation donated time and a $500,000 grant toward the construction of a neighborhood in Mishawaka, Indiana.
KeyBank Neighbors Day Volunteers Make Progress in Portland
KeyBank has a deep commitment to the communities where we work and live. We focus our philanthropy, sponsorships and outreach to build up communities throughout the country. For Neighbors Make the Difference Day in the Oregon market this year, 362 Key employees volunteered 1,468 hours of service on 36 different projects, 24 of which were in the Portland metro area.
Towards Employment Helps Challenged Job-seekers Return to the Workforce
Towards Employment serves more than 2000 individuals each year through its workforce programs. Since 1976 the nonprofit has helped more than 124,000 individuals prepare for a job, get a job, keep a job or move up the career ladder. KeyBank supports the nonprofit through donations and its Neighbors Make the Difference Day initiative.