KeyBank Employees Celebrate Make The Difference Day

OSWEGO, NY – KeyBank closes its doors at noon today for 23rd annual “Neighbors Make the Difference Day.”

More than 250 KeyBank employees throughout Central New York will leave their bank offices at noon, change from business suits into jeans and T-shirts, and work on community projects for Key’s 23rd annual Neighbors Make the Difference Day.

The project runs from 1 – 5 p.m.

KeyBank is committed to the communities we serve.  This annual volunteer day is one of our most visible community projects.

On Neighbors Make the Difference Day, more than 7,500 employees (that’s more than half Key’s workforce) from Maine to Alaska will be making a difference in their respective communities.  That adds up to more than 30,000 employee volunteer hours across the US and almost $900,000 in salary equivalent.

In the past 22 years, Key employees have given more than half a million volunteer hours through Neighbors Day.


Oswego County Opportunities, 354 E. Broadway.
Key employees will plant flowers with staff and consumers at residential site for mental health transitional living

VFW, 5930 Scenic Ave.
Key employees will plant red, white and blue flowers for Memorial Day Ceremony

Valehaven Residential Home 24 E. Oneida St.
Key employees will plant flowers