Local KeyBank employees recently volunteered with community organizations for KeyBank’s 29th annual Neighbors Make the Difference Day.
“Communities thrive when volunteers unite,” stated Brian Marlow, KeyBank market president for South Puget Sound. “It’s why hundreds of KeyBank employees came together on Neighbors Make the Difference Day to take responsibility for the well-being of our community.”
In the Tacoma area, volunteers fanned out to clean up Jack Hyde Park; they sanded boats and helped around the shop at Tacoma Boat Builders; and removed a fence, then dug holes, mixed concrete and put in posts for a new fence on behalf of Habitat for Humanity.
Nationwide, more than 6,000 KeyBank employees were on the ground in their local communities, committing nearly 25,000 hours to community organizations.
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