Young volunteers stock shelves at a Keystone food shelf
Learning hip hop in the Hmong Youth and Family Program
A hot meal and a friendly hello from Meals on Wheels
Teens tutor grade-schoolers at McDonough Community Center
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.
West Seventh Community Center has merged with Keystone Community Services as approved by the board of directors at both organizations, effective April 1, 2015. “Keystone and West Seventh share similar missions, values and history as well as similar kinds of services and models of service delivery and thus are well-positioned to merge,” said Eric Nyberg, President of Keystone. Read more »
Volunteers are an important part of Keystone's rich history of serving the East Metro. For Keystone, the strength of our programming really is due to our strong volunteer base. In 2014, 1,180 volunteer gave more than 24,000 hours to Keystone! Volunteers serve our organization in so many ways! Our Meals on Wheels volunteers serve approximately 22,000 meals each year – that’s a hot meal, served five days a week! Our food shelf volunteers help provide support services to 7,000 individuals each month through basic needs programming. Read more »