The Foodmobile is a retrofitted 22-foot shuttle bus equipped with a wheelchair lift, wire shelving, generator, and refrigerator. In every practical way, emergency food services provided through the Foodmobile are identical to those at our food shelf sites. All Keystone food shelf sites (...
In-kind donations are always welcome, and greatly appreciated. Goods and services donated by individuals, congregations, community groups, and businesses can be made directly to Keystone Community Services. The list below includes items frequently needed, but is not a complete listing of the items we will accept.
- Donate Food - Donations of food help keep our food shelves stocked. For a list of most needed items, click here. Food donations can be delivered directly to one of our food shelf locations.
- Donate Personal Care Items - Items are appreciated by our food shelf clients and homebound seniors. For a list of the most needed items, click here. Personal care items can be delivered to one of the community center locations or one of our food shelf locations.
- Donate a Bike - The Express Bike Shop runs entirely on bike donations. Youth Apprentices then refurbish, re-purpose or recycle bikes. Bike donations are accepted at the Express Bike Shop.
Host a food donation drive - For information on how your organization can host a food collection drive, click here.
Donations can be dropped off at Keystone locations. Visit here to see our community locations and the hours of opperation.
For questions regarding in-kind donations, please contact Jen Winterfeldt, Director of Community Relations at email@example.com or 651-603-6650.