KeyBank host 25th annual Neighbors Make the Difference Day

Employees went out into the community to volunteer at local organizations. (WDTN Photo/ Eric Pointer)
Employees went out into the community to volunteer at local organizations. (WDTN Photo/ Eric Pointer)

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – KeyBank employees took part in the 25th annual Neighbors Make the difference day.

They went out into the community to volunteer at local organizations like the food bank, Clothes that Work and Hospice of Dayton.

More than 50 percent of workers participated including Heather Gabrielson, who has been with KeyBank for 10 years.

“I wouldn’t be at key bank still if I didn’t feel good about the company, what they stand for. They always give us opportunities to give back to the community,” said the lead teller. “It gives us an opportunity to give good service when we’re not working in the branches. its nice to come out here and donate our time.”

The crew at the food bank sorter food that was brought in from the stamp out hunger campaign.

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