CLEVELAND — Cleveland Browns running back Nick Chubb was busy on Wednesday. He took part in OTA practice in Berea, then headed over to the Glenville neighborhood to help take part in KeyBank's 'Neighbors Make the Difference Day.'
The event, now in its 29th year, focuses on tackling projects in local communities. Chubb and the Browns Give Bank charity organization teamed up with the Famicos Foundation to do a neighborhood clean-up, which included weeding and planting gardens, as well as cleaning up a community park in Glenville.
In Northeast Ohio, approximately 1,900 KeyBank employees worked on more than 230 projects for 'Neighbors Make the Difference Day.' More than 6,000 employees in 15 states volunteered at more than 800 projects this year and completed a total of approximately 25,000 volunteer hours.