One in 10 Minnesotans experience food insecurity which means adequate food is inconsistent and resources to pay for food is limited. Thousands of hard-working people in our community live with food insecurity, lacking reliable access to adequate and nutritious food.
Keystone is on the front line of addressing this reality in the East Metro area. Last year, more than 23,000 people visited the Foodmobile or one of our three food shelf locations to get healthy food.
And thanks to our donors – businesses, faith communities, community groups and individual donors — Keystone is able to offer them nourishing food when they need it most.
Keystone is a partner food shelf in the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign and we invite you to support your neighbors in need this month. Throughout the month, donations – both dollars and pounds of food – will be matched and provide even more support to families in need!