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Maren, food shelf participant

Your impact

Say “YES” to supporting neighbors like Maren.

Have you ever had to make a choice between buying food or paying for other bills? 

Our friend, Maren, age 24, has often had to skip meals in order to cover other expenses. As a college student, Maren’s expenses included tuition, books, and all of her other living expenses — and managing those expenses is stressful.

But Maren is persistent — she doesn’t let anything get in her way.  

Because of your contributions, Maren was able to visit Keystone’s food shelf when she needed a little extra help.

Visiting Keystone’s food shelf helped Maren stretch her budget so she could continue pursuing her goals. “Being able to go to the food shelf has been so helpful for me.”

Thanks to your contributions, Maren was able to access the healthy, fresh food she needed at Keystone’s food shelf which helped her stretch her budget and keep working towards her goal of a degree in public health.

On behalf of Maren and more than 8,000 people who rely on Keystone each month, THANK YOU for the gift you make TODAY!

Ways to give

Please donate now to invest in the people and vitality of your community. You can give online using our secure, online form on this page. Or you can mail or drop off a check to Keystone Community Services. You can join our Community Builders program by making a monthly gift to Keystone.Keystone accepts donations of food and goods as well as cash and gifts of stocks and other appreciated assets.

Want to donate your time? Learn how to become a Keystone volunteer.


Strengthening our Community Together

Keystone’s mission is to build capacity in individuals and families so they can improve their quality of life. We depend on donors and volunteers to make sure all community members have access to basic needs and other community services that fulfill this important mission. With your help, we’ve been raising up individuals and neighborhoods in St. Paul and Ramsey County for more than 75 years.

Today we face new challenges. With shifts in funding and increased needs in the community, our individual and business partners as well as our social enterprises are helping us to close the gap between need and resources.

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