Key Bank supports community during Neighbors Make the Difference Day

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DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Key Bank employees volunteered with non-profit organizations for the 29th annual Neighbors Make The Difference Day.

80 Keybank employees volunteered to aid eight community organizations throughout Dayton.

The Neighbors Make the Difference Day demonstrates Key Bank’s commitment to the community.

25,000 community projects will be completed by over 6,000 Key Bank employees across 15 states.

Carrie Stock, Exec. Assistant with Key Bank said, “This is really important to our employees to get out into the community and volunteer because community involvment is important to us, and so that’s why a day like today, this afternoon, while we’re out working at all of these non-profit organizations and helping them is really important to us.” 

Non-profit organizations being supported include: For the Love of Children, Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley, Hannah’s Treasure Chets, Oak Tree Corner, Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton, The Foodbank, the Springfield Soup Kitchen, and Vandalia Butler Food Pantry.

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