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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

  • March is FoodShare Month

    MN FoodShare Month is your chance to help people in need in our community!

    Join Minnesotans in the fight against hunger by supporting Keystone during the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign.

    Why does this annual collective effort continue to be so vitally important?
     
    One in 10 Minnesotans, or more than 500,000 state residents, experience food insecurity – the chronic stress of not having enough to eat — on a regular basis. That’s more people than attended Minnesota Vikings home games during the 2014 regular season!
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  • Keystone discussing merger with West Seventh Community Center

    The boards of directors of Keystone Community Services and West Seventh Community Center are in advanced discussions to explore merging the two organizations.

    Located at 265 Oneida in St. Paul (near St. Clair and West Seventh streets), West Seventh Community Center is an independent nonprofit serving St. Paul’s West Seventh and surrounding neighborhoods. It shares a similar mission, types of human service programs and models of service delivery with Keystone. Read more »