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Connecting Our Community

A connected community is about people who care.

With the help of caring donors, volunteers and community partners, Keystone Community Services works to ensure that individuals, families, seniors and youth in our service area can live with dignity and hope. Learn more.

Connected Community

Spotlights

  • Donations in March are Matched. Help Keep our Food Shelves Stocked.

    Low-income families cannot move forward in life or maintain their health when they are experiencing food insecurity. A report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture says about one in five St. Paul households does not have access to enough food for healthy living.  

    Keystone is committed to providing services that truly make a difference for Saint Paul area individuals and families as they strive for stability, self-sufficiency, and independence. Last year, our Basic Needs Program served more than 25,000 people -- more people than at any time in our program’s history. Read more »

  • The Foodmobile – A Vehicle for Serving Hungry People

    We provide food for over 7500 people every month. Many of them have a hard time getting to our food shelf sites because of transportation barriers. At Keystone, we saw the need for an innovative approach to bring emergency food services to more people so in 2015 we launched our Foodmobile program. 

    The Foodmobile is a retrofitted 22-foot shuttle bus equipped with a wheelchair lift, wire shelving, generator, and refrigerator. In every practical way, emergency food services provided through the Foodmobile are identical to those at our food shelf sites. All Keystone food shelf sites (including the Foodmobile) use a "client choice" system, giving individuals the opportunity to select from fresh, frozen and packaged foods according to their family's needs. Read more »