We’re committed to helping clients and communities thrive. To us, that means doing business fairly and responsibly, promoting diversity and inclusion, and making meaningful investments in the places where we live and work. We’re proud of our progress, and we’re not slowing down.

Key’s Corporate Responsibility Focus Areas

National Community Benefits Plan

Helping clients and communities thrive with a five-year, $16.5 billion Community Benefits Plan.
May 2018

KeyBank Foundation

Supporting our neighbors, our workforce, and our core values.

May 2018

Diversity & Inclusion

Valuing diversity and fostering inclusion are part of our corporate fabric.

May 2018 Diversity & Inclusion

Sustainability

Creating a sustainable community through responsible actions and investments.

May 2018 Sustainability

Corporate Responsibility Reporting

Measuring our progress to help clients and communities thrive.
May 2018

Key is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.

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Strategic Growth

Key Acquires Laurel Road’s Online Lending Business

April 2019 Key Acquires Laurel Road’s Online Lending Business
Company Information

KeyCorp 3Q Results Reflect Positive Revenue Momentum, Strong Expense Management

KeyCorp 3Q Results Reflect Positive Revenue Momentum, Strong Expense Management
Philanthropy

KeyBank Foundation $120K Gift Supports Monroe Community College’s New Early College Career Pathway Program

KeyBank funds new program offered through Monroe Community College in Rochester, New York, to assist high schoolers in finding in-demand, high-tech careers.

June 2018 KeyBank Foundation $120K Gift Supports Monroe Community College’s New Early College Career Pathway Program
Volunteerism

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.

September 2018 KeyBank Joins Carter Work Project, Habitat for Humanity to Build Homes in Northern Indiana
Quality of Life

Keeping Seattle’s Iconic Pike Place Fish Market “In the Family” – How KeyBank Helped Its Owner Do Just That

When Pike Place Fish Market’s longtime owner was looking to transfer his business to four employees to keep the business in the fishmonger family, KeyBank was there every step along the way.

August 2018 Keeping Seattle’s Iconic Pike Place Fish Market “In the Family” – How KeyBank Helped Its Owner Do Just That