On May 24, KeyBank will host its 27th annual Neighbors Make the Difference Day. Indianapolis e mployees will spend the day volunteering with community organizations and service projects, including Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana, Peace Learning Center, HVAF of Indiana, Eagle Creek Park, Fishers YMCA, Anderson Impact Center, Agape Therapeutic Riding Resources, Avondale Meadows Academy, Janus Development Services, Johnson County Senior Services, Kokomo Downtown Association, Lebanon Community of Shalom, Primrose Retirement Community of Kokomo, Shepherd Community Center, Thrifty Threads, Town of Brownsburg and the Town of Whiteland.
This year, KeyBank expects volunteer hours to total 520 in the Central Indiana Market. Twenty four of the bank’s branches will close at noon on May 24 to accommodate employee volunteers. Customers will still have access to ATMs, as well as online and mobile banking on those afternoons.
Banks closing at noon include: Linwood, Brownsburg, Nora, Rockville, Binford Shoppes, Meridian, Beech Grove, Broad Ripple, North Gate, Edgewood, Market Tower, Franklin, Greenwood, Noblesville, Zionsville, Fishers, Pebblebrook, Cicero, Carmel Drive, Pleasant View, Lebanon, Kokomo Main, Hoffer and West Jefferson.
In 2016, nearly 6,000 Key employees volunteered across the country with more than 720 non-profit agencies, committing a total of 27,000 hours to community organizations and projects. Nearly 50 percent percent of KeyBank employees are participating and will receive paid time off to volunteer in the neighborhoods where they live and work.
For more, visit key.com/philanthropy.