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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

  • Changes in Community Giving Widens Keystone's Fundraising Gap

    In mid-April, the Greater Twin Cities United Way (GTCUW) made cuts in their community grants. All United Way funded programs received a reduction in funding, affecting 150 GTCUW partner agencies in the Twin Cities. Unanticipated increases in donor designations decreased the amount of grant support available from the GTCUW for community organizations like Keystone Community Services.  Read more »

  • Free Farmers Market Events Help Families Access Healthy Food

    Mohammad is a father who has used Keystone's food shelf periodically to help stretch his family budget and have healthy food to feed his family. "Keystone helps all people, no matter who you are," Mohammad says. 

    This summer Keystone is offering nine Free Farmers Markets events to help get more fresh produce into the hands of individuals and families.  Read more »