We are so thrilled to be sold out, but please make a donation to support the clients.
We ask you to consider being a “virtual guest” which allows you to still show your “presence” at the Spring Banquet and your support for the community we serve facing poverty, hunger and homelessness. Please consider making a donation in lieu of your ticket and any auction purchase you would typically make. Your contribution will go even farther as we will be able to use 100% of the ticket price instead of what would have been left after deducting banquet cost. We will be displaying a list of all of our “virtual guests” so that you have a presence in name, while also making a difference in the lives of families and individuals in the community we serve through the provision of shelter, food and education that leads to self-sufficiency.
Featuring celebrity emcee Jeff Devlin, owner of SchoolHouse Woodworking, LLC and Host of HGTV/DIY Networks’ “Stone House Revival,” “I Hate My Bath,” “Ellen’s Design Challenge,” & “Spice Up My Kitchen”
We want to celebrate all the good works that your donations were able to achieve in 2018, and look forward to the work that we will do together in 2019.
This year, Keystone Opportunity Center will honor community champions—businesses and individuals in the community who helped Keystone assist thousands of families and individuals each year.
The 2019 Spring Banquet will also feature the inaugural E. Richard Aichele III Corporate Partner Award. Given to the business or business leader in the community who exemplifies a partnership between their community values and the mission of Keystone Opportunity Center. Keystone will give the inaugural award to Penn Community Bank. Keystone’s additional Community Champions include:
Champion of Housing – Univest Financial Corporation Champion of Food – Tyma Trachtenberg Dental Community Champion of Education – Souderton Mennonite Church Champion of Client Assistance – MOYER Indoor-Outdoor Champion of Welcoming the Stranger – Zion Mennonite Church Volunteer of the Year: Glenn Tiley and Family
To reduce the risk of spreading the virus, Adult Education classes in High School Equivalency, ESL, and ESL tutoring are now being conducted through distance learning. Family Literacy and Citizenship classes will resume at a later date. For details, click here.
Keystone’s food pantry clients can pick up their groceries in the parking lot of Keystone Opportunity Center on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. For details, click here.
Food Donations accepted on Mondays from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm at our Main Street entrance of Keystone.
Fresh For All
Fresh For All is open every Tuesday from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm. To reduce the risk of spreading the virus, clients will drive up for a contactless pickup.
To reduce the risk of spreading the virus, our Community Case Manager is conducting case management meetings via telephone. For details, click here.
To reduce the risk of spreading the virus, all housing programs are being operated remotely. For details, click here.
To reduce the risk of spreading the virus, our affordable housing clients are encouraged to stay home, and are able to pay rent online by clicking here.
Keystone’s building is closed to the public, but our receptionist will be answering the phone line every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. All other times, people can access recorded information and leave messages for staff.