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
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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.
Eric Nyberg, president of Keystone Community Services, will retire effective April 1, 2016, according to the St. Paul-based agency’s Board of Directors.
The board will conduct a search this fall for the position, with the intention of naming Nyberg’s successor in the first quarter of 2016, said board co-chairs Tammy Pust and Robert Jenkins.
“Eric has provided Keystone with outstanding leadership during a period of tremendous growth, including guiding our agency through two mergers over the past five years,” said Pust and Jenkins. “At this juncture, we believe Keystone is well-positioned for the future and we expect a smooth transition once his successor is named.” Read more »
Our 2015 Keys to Success “fun-raising” event was a tremendous success! This second annual event benefited the Keystone Community Services Youth Programs. More than 130 guests filled Keystone headquarters – the Merriam Park Community Center – for a fun-filled evening.
We were excited to welcome long-time supporters and new friends for the event. Everyone enjoyed socializing, delicious food, fun games and an inspiring program which included performances by the Hmong Peace Dancers and testimonies by people who have felt the impact of Keystone’s youth programs directly.Read more »
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train will stop at the historic Union Depot in St. Paul on Friday evening, December 11, for a musical performance that will benefit Keystone's food shelves. Mark your calendar to join us! Read More»