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COMMITTED TO

SUPPORTING & STRENGTHENING

OUR COMMUNITY

Our Mission

KeyMark, Inc. seeks to support and strengthen the communities where our employees work and live. This is done through the giving of volunteer time and talents of employees and donations of corporate funds to charitable organizations. These contributions help those in our community that are unable to help themselves. We provide support to organizations that provide support for 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations which provide programming or services primarily for women, children and minorities with focus on STEAM education, particularly computer engineering and technology programs, as well as poverty and hunger. If requests meet these criteria, the request will be reviewed to ensure it is in line with community goals and our strategic priorities which include education, employee engagement and strengthening the community

Goals

Time

Talent

Treasure

400

employee hours

Serving our communities

25

proffessional hours

Education and services pledged

$5,000

Donations

Funding for community services

Current

306

46.5

$3,070

How to Request KeyMark Charitable Council Support

Submit a financial or service hour request to KeyMark Charitiable Council by email.

Meet the Council Members

Debra Wilson
Debra Wilson
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I do not have a ton of charity experience, but I am excited to be a part of this Charitable Council with a great group of people, as we help our surrounding communities. I am looking forward to focusing on those in need in the greater Greenville community, Pickens county and the surrounding areas, whether we ae serving hot meals, working on a beautification project, or volunteering with youth organizations.
Will Kellett
Will Kellett
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Will Kellett has been involved with several different charitable organizations in the Greenville area. He has served on the board of directors at both United Ministries, which cares for the homeless, as well as the YMCA where he helped raise donations to help children in low level income areas within Greenville. Will started a mentor program in the Pleasant Valley Community where he helped mentor troubled youths by introducing them to various local businesses. In addition to local charity work Will has been on seven international mission trips to the Dominican Republic where lead construction, education and medical teams into poverty stricken batays throughout the southern region of the DR.
Andy Heller
Andy Heller
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Andy Heller brings a diverse background of charitable and volunteer service. Andy served as the financial coordinator for 4 years for Freedom Global Outreach, handling all of the bookkeeping and financial transactions involved in supporting 3 orphanages and 1 pediatric clinic, along with numerous service trips to Haiti. Additionally, Andy has a passion for mentoring teenagers and has been a youth leader at his local church for since 2004 in a variety of roles. Andy has also been a mentor in his local Big Brothers/Big Sisters organization. Andy also has served on the construction ministry at his church since 2005 and has help build houses, churches, and other renovation projects that team has performed.
Kari Day
Kari Day
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I volunteered with the Girl Scouts in a leadership capacity and treasurer for 10+ years and directed and assisted in many service projects including serving at local soup kitchens, working with the elderly, and engaging young women in life skills. By working with local churches and the Girl Scouts, I was a part of a great group of people (GAIHN) that hosted homeless families on weekends at local churches and engaged with the family on a personal level. One of my favorite experiences was being on the board (and member) of the Ta Ta Queens, a local non-profit organization that promoted breast cancer awareness by educating our local community on the importance of yearly mammograms.
Amy Halperin
Amy Halperin
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Amy comes from a long line of do-gooders. In her hometown of Erie, PA, she helped start a networking and mentoring organization for women in the 1980s, the Women’s Roundtable, which is still thriving today, and served on their original board of directors as Co-Membership Chair with her sister. She has spent years as unofficial “support” for numerous organizations while her sister and mother served on the Boards of the YWCA, various Domestic Violence charities, NOW Chapters and the AAUW, and has long believed that “volunteerism is the rent you pay for your time on Earth”. Amy believes she’s a little overdue on her rent and is thrilled to be a part of the new KeyMark Charitable Council and is eager to take on the role of the first KCC Secretary to help balance the karmic books.
Lillian Boatwright
Lillian Boatwright
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Lillian serves the KeyMark as the Operations Coordinator and previously served in the Marketing and Sales roles. In the community, she is active as an appointed Member of the Pickens County Board of Elections, which works to maintain the right of every eligible citizen in Pickens to vote and to conduct legal, fair, and efficient elections. She also is a member of the county Beautification Committee, which focuses on efforts to educate on environmental and sustainability efforts in the count, and the City of Clemson Board of Zoning appeals. Lillian and her daughter, Claire, enjoy hiking, gardening, and crafting.
Angela Durrell
Angela Durrell
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I am passionate about the starvation and dirty water crisis. I grew up in a place where hunger was the norm for many people, so this is personal to me. I’ve volunteered at Spartanburg Soup Kitchen cooking and servicing meals. I’ve taught credit awareness, budgeting and low cost, nutritious menu planning for a Spartanburg church that rehab homeless families as a whole unit.
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