Keystone Opportunity Center’s primary concern is the health and safety of our clients, students, volunteers, donors and staff.

We appreciate your patience as changes are made to ensure everyone’s safety during this emergency situation.

As a result of the Governor’s request for social distancing, all segments of Keystone will experience changes the week of March 16:

  • Food Pantry will remain open for pickups at regular times, but held in the parking lot in order to avoid congestion among clients.
  • Education classes canceled for 2 weeks, March 13 to 27.
  • Fresh for All will operate as usual, Tuesdays from 1 to 2pm at Grace Bible Church in Souderton.
  • Keystone Housing Units residents, please click here to make rental payments online.
  • Community Assistance case management services will be held by telephone from March 16 to 27: call 215-723-5430 x130.

Donations As it will be safer for all, we are temporarily unable to accept food or product donations. Please considering making a financial contribution so we can purchase the items our clients need most during this emergency. Click HERE to donate.

Administrative Office Hours temporarily closed to visitors, but staff will continue working to provide emergency services like food, housing and counseling. Please feel free to reach out to staff via email or phone until this emergency has passed.
Pantry 215-723-5430 x101
Education 267-663-1001
Community Assistance 215-723-5430 x130
Fundraising 215-723-5430 x103

We will continue to post all alterations to our schedules here, and on social media, so please check back often.

The situation with COVID-19 impacts all of us, but most especially the clients we serve. Our staff are working on the front lines, providing emergency services every day. Please consider making a donation to support our vital services by clicking HERE.

OUR MISSION: The mission of Keystone Opportunity Center is to help community members in need by offering a comprehensive array of social services that educateencourage and empower them to become self-sufficient.