Young volunteers stock shelves at a Keystone food shelf
Learning hip hop in the Hmong Youth and Family Program
A hot meal and a friendly hello from Meals on Wheels
Teens tutor grade-schoolers at McDonough Community Center
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.
April 26 was Volunteer Appreciation Day at Keystone Community Services. We stopped to celebrate the many hands it takes to accomplish incredible things in our community. Last year, 1,973 volunteers gave 34,212 hours serving in Keystone programs! For Keystone, the strength of our programming really is due to our strong volunteer base and we are grateful for the generosity and kindness of our volunteers. Read more »
The Board of Directors of Keystone Community Services has announced that Mary S. McKeown, Keystone’s Vice President of Programs, will become Keystone’s next president, succeeding Eric Nyberg effective April 2, 2016.
The announcement came at the conclusion of a search process the board undertook last fall. McKeown will become the sixth chief executive officer of Keystone in its 75-plus years.
Until Nyberg’s retirement on April 1, McKeown is serving as President-Elect and Incoming CEO. In this period, she is working closely with him to assure a smooth and seamless transition of duties. A Merriam Park resident, Mary and her husband John Syverud are parents of three children. Read more »