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Key Equipment Finance employees help others for annual day of service

By Amy Thomas in Community Posted November 30, 2021

KEF employees painting fence

Key Equipment Finance employees recently volunteered for the 31st annual Neighbors Make the Difference Day, KeyBank’s annual day of service. 

In the town of Superior, Colo., ten employees spent their day scraping and painting along some of the town’s walking and biking trails. Superior is home to 29.75 miles of trails - on road, hard and soft trails. The community is vibrant and active, and the trails get a lot of use. 

Additionally, some Key employees spent the day making blankets for a local children's hospital. 

A history of making a difference

Neighbors Make the Difference Day began in 1991, when a group of Alaska employees volunteered for service projects and gave the day its title. By 1993, the idea had swept across many of the communities KeyBank serves and became an official day of employee volunteerism. KEF volunteers in park

Key Equipment Finance is a division of KeyBank and is headquartered in Superior, Colo., so employees have volunteered with the Town of Superior since 2006.

Nationally-recognized for community service

KeyBank has been consistently recognized for positive contributions to their communities. Key is a seven-time recipient of the Civic 50, a recognition of America’s 50 most community-minded companies by the National Conference on Citizenship and Points of Light. The Civic 50 identifies the top S&P 500 corporations in the U.S. in terms of time, talent, and resources used to improve the quality of life in their communities. 

As part of KeyBank's commitment to being a responsible bank and citizen, Key provides annual updates on their progress and performance on environmental, social and governance issues (ESG)

Learn More About Key's Community Impact

KEF Employees on painted bridge


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