Making a Difference: KeyBank Employees Give Back
It was an out-of-office day for more than 160 Connecticut KeyBank employees June 7 as they volunteered with various nonprofit organizations across the state.
It was part of KeyBank’s Neighbors Make the Difference Day annual community volunteer initiative.
The company-wide service day demonstrates the bank’s commitment to helping its neighbors and communities across the country.
Most KeyBank locations close nationally to allow employees to participate in the event.
In Connecticut alone, employees volunteered with more than a dozen organizations.
From home building with Habitat for Humanity to painting, packing food, and landscaping, employees dedicated their day to service.
KeyBank market president and commercial banking regional executive Jim Barger participated in four different projects throughout the day in New Haven and Hartford counties.
“Volunteerism is central to KeyBank’s culture and so important to our bank that we closed many of our branches this afternoon so our teammates could be out volunteering at nonprofits,” Barger said.
“It is one of the many ways our bank and our employees give back to the communities that we have the privilege to serve.”
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