KeyBank volunteer Jon Laxamana, a production associate in lockbox services in Tacoma, plants lettuce starts at Mother Earth Farm in Puyallup, Wash. during KeyBank’s 24th annual Neighbors Make the Difference Day on Wednesday, May 14, 2014.
Neighbors Make the Difference Day is one of Key’s most visible community projects and one of the largest corporate volunteer projects in America. On the day, more than half Key’s workforce — approximately 7,500 employees — from Maine to Alaska made a difference in their respective communities.
Their effort added up to more than 30,000 employee volunteer hours and almost $900,000 in salary equivalent. In the past 24 years, Key employees have given more than half a million volunteer hours through Neighbors Day. (Photo by Dan DeLong)Print This Post