In order to reduce the spread of COVID-19 while still meeting the needs of community members, Keystone Opportunity Center has restructured its vital food, housing and education programs:

The best way to reach us is by emailing:

  • Education
    As COVID-19 continues to spread where people come in contact with each other, Keystone’s Education Department has switched classes to online/distance learning. This includes all four High School Equivalency classes. Students in the classes continue preparing for the GED or HiSET subject tests in anticipation of the re-opening of testing centers. Keystone’s ESL classroom instructors, along with Keystone’s volunteer tutors, transitioned currently-enrolled students to online learning as well. Once this program becomes established, new students whose classes were scheduled to begin in mid-March will be contacted. Family Literacy and Citizenship will pick up again at a later date. Students may contact our Education Department directly at 267-663-1001 or email Check back for updates.
  • Food Pantry
    As COVID-19 continues to spread where people come in contact with each other, Keystone’s Food Pantry has switched to contactless home delivery of clients’ monthly food distributions. By doing “knock and drop” home deliveries, we will help clients save gas money by not having to drive to the pantry. What’s more, we will be following public health stay at home guidance and eliminating the need for groups of volunteers to work together in our very small food pantry where social distancing is simply not possible. Current and new clients may contact our Food Pantry at 215-723-5430 x101 or email
    Additionally, donated items may be dropped off at Keystone’s Main Street entrance on Mondays from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.
  • Fresh For All
    Fresh For All is now a Weekly Contactless Produce Distribution. Tuesdays from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm in the parking lot of Grace Bible Church, Souderton.
  • Case Management
    Community members who are in need of assistance in finding safety net programs that can assist them can reach out to Keystone to speak with our Community Case Manager at 215-723-5430 x130 or email
  • Housing
    Keystone’s many programs which help those experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity, including Rapid Rehousing, Permanent Supportive Housing, Low-Cost Rental Units, and Community Case Management, are continuing to operate at full function, with staff working remotely. Clients can contact staff as stipulated by program documentation, or email If you are currently experiencing homelessness and need to sign up for the program, dial 2-1-1.
  • Keystone Tenants
    Our affordable housing clients are encouraged to stay home. As COVID-19 continues to spread where people come in contact with each other, we encourage tenants to pay rent online by clicking here. If you need to reach a staff member, email
  • Administrative Offices
    Keystone’s building is closed to the public, but staff are still working. Contact staff by email at
  • Annual Banquet
    Our Annual Banquet, originally scheduled for Friday, May 8, is being rescheduled to Friday, October 9. Click here for more information. We hope you can join us. If you have questions about the Banquet, email
  • Donations
    Please consider supporting the clients and programs of Keystone through these tough times by making a financial contribution here.
    . Donations of food or other items are not being accepted at this time, but we will need them soon so check back for a time and place to donate them. To reach our fundraising team, email
    We hope that everyone stays safe during this unprecedented time, and we look forward to seeing you at Keystone soon. We will continue to post all alterations to our schedules here, and on social media, so please check back often.