Originally published at 3blmedia.com. KeyBank ranked No. 18 on The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list in 2022.
The KeyBank Foundation is investing a total of $1.25 million to support workforce development, education and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives at seven non-profit organizations in Northeast Ohio. The funding will be given in the form of grants and are part of the company’s commitment to invest $40 billion in local communities.
“Cleveland is KeyBank’s hometown and we have a long, proud history of supporting organizations here and in all of the communities we serve,” said Kelly Lamirand, KeyBank Cleveland Market President. “With these grants, we are lifting up and amplifying efforts that will make our communities even stronger through workforce training, financial education and economic development.”
The funding will go to:
- Cleveland Development Advisors Community Reinvestment Fund, Inc.
- Urban League of Greater Cleveland
- Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Ohio
- Ursuline College
- Friends of Ginn Academy
- City Year
- City Club of Cleveland