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KeyBank Homeownership Workshop: Bridging the Gap in Utah's Black Community


KeyBank is reinforcing its dedication to advancing economic equity and inclusion through a home ownership workshop scheduled to be held at Calvary Baptist Church this month. This workshop is part of an ongoing collaboration between KeyBank and local member churches of the National Baptist Church Convention, which is recognized as the nation’s oldest and largest African American religious convention. The primary focus of this partnership is to address the Black homeownership gap in Utah by providing regular opportunities for individuals to learn about the pathways to homeownership. Moreover, attendees will have the chance to connect with local subject matter experts from KeyBank during the event.
The workshop in July will delve into various essential topics, including the homebuying process, credit and credit scores, and the potential benefits of mortgage refinancing. All local residents are cordially invited to participate in this insightful event.

Home Ownership Class: Saturday, July 22, 2023, 10:00 a.m. to 12 noon
Calvary Baptist Church | Pastor Oscar Moses
1090 South State Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
“At KeyBank we know that homeownership is instrumental to building wealth and are committed to providing access to and knowledge about pathways to homeownership,” said Brianna Adams, Corporate Responsibility Officer for KeyBank for Utah. “We are grateful to partner with Pastor Oscar Moses and other local faith leaders in Utah to provide additional resources to the community.”
“We are excited and appreciative of the newly established partnership between Calvary Baptist Church and KeyBank,” said Pastor Oscar Moses, Calvary Baptist Church. “This is a great opportunity to advance economic education, equity, inclusions, and to create generational wealth within the African American community.”