On May 15, over 125 KeyBank Idaho employees volunteered in their communities for the bank’s 29th Annual Neighbors Make the Difference Day, a day of community service held across the bank’s 15-state footprint. Local employees joined approximately 6,000 of their KeyBank colleagues nationwide, who collectively worked on 860 community projects.
In Idaho, employees put in more than 500 hours helping local nonprofits with various projects. Nonprofit partners included the Good Samaritan Home, Idaho Food Bank, Idaho Youth Ranch, The Salvation Army, the City of Emmett, Stoddard Elementary School in Blackfoot and more. Volunteers helped with projects ranging from planting and painting to cleaning and sorting for community organizations.