Your Way Home Montgomery County has housed more than 275 individuals and families since the beginning of the year. Most of these people were literally homeless and went into their new housing with only a bed supplied by the county. They had no basic needs like shower curtains, sheets, dishes or light bulbs. The success of the program has completely exhausted the Keystone Housing Resource Center’s inventory of “move-in” items. Please consider helping us to replenish our supplies so we can give clients a good start in their new residences. We are very grateful for donations of any new items from the list below.
Shower liner or curtains, hooks to hang on shower rod
Towels: dish, body, hand, wash clothes
Bathroom trash cans
Kitchen trash cans with lids
Baking sheets, pans
Quart and gallon baggies
Plastic food containers
Plates, bowls, serving bowls or mixing bowls
Cooking utensils: wood, plastic or metal
Frying pan, sauce pan, medium stock pot
Glass casserole dish
4-5 quart crock pot
Twin and full bed sheet sets
Twin and full bedspreads
Walmart TV antenna for indoor use behind TV for free channels
Lamps for end tables and nightstand
Soap: hand, body, dish, laundry
Small tool sets and tool boxes
Donations can be dropped off at our office located at 104 Main St. Souderton. If you have any questions, please contact us by email or call the office at 215-723-5430.
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.