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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


  • Volunteers with developmental disabilities gain job skills at food shelf

    On many a Friday morning, several consumers of Northeast Contemporary Services, Inc. (NCSI), which serves adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, can be found volunteering at Keystone’s Roseville Food Shelf, located at 2833 N. Hamline Ave.

    A NCSI consumer who recently completed high school spent two hours one Friday morning unpacking boxes of canned goods and other food items and helped other volunteers stock the shelves for the day ahead. Read more »

  • Youth grow produce and share with others

    This summer, children and teens in Keystone's Hmong Youth & Family Program dug up dirt, planted seeds and pulled weeds in two community gardens all their own. When harvest time came, they gave away the bounty to feed others!

    In all, the youth provided 322 pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables to Keystone's food shelves and another 180 pounds to the food drive at McDonough Homes, where many of the young people live. Read more »