Business Partners

Keystone Business Partners invest their resources to support Keystone programs and strengthen the community.
Keystone Business Partners

A Partnership for Good

Keystone Business Partners invest in Keystone by making cash donations to programs, sponsoring events or giving an in-kind service. Investments from Keystone Business Partners strengthen the community and provide support for more than 35,000 people who turn to Keystone for help.

Read below for more information on this unique program designed for our business community or contact us to get involved.

Become a Business Partner

Support your neighbors in need

If you care about vital human services in our community – food shelves, youth and families and senior programming – join us.


  • A cash contribution
  • Sponsor an event
  • Provide in-kind services


  • Volunteer opportunities for you and your team
  • Exclusive social networking events with other businesses
  • The opportunity to support people in your community


  • Help families be stable and self-sufficient
  • Help youth develop the confidence needed to succeed
  • Help seniors remain living in the community with dignity

Our Business Partners Fuel Support

Thank you to the Keystone Business Partners who have made sponsorship commitments to expand services and offer more support to more people by giving to Keystone’s Acceleration Fund. Your support will help Keystone expand programs for low-income youth, families and seniors as needs are increasing in our community due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Learn More about Sponsoring the Acceleration Fund

A Heartfelt Thank you to All of our Acceleration Fund Sponsors!

Winsor Learning logo


Allianz Life Logo

Excelsior Group Logo

Intereum logo

Specialty MFG Co. logo

Acceleration Fund Gold Sponsors

Alliance Bank


Minnesota Bank and Trust

Neguer Communications Group



Unified Screening & Crushing

Acceleration Fund Silver Sponsors

Boeckermann Grafstrom & Mayer

Hamernick’s Interior Solutions



Riverland Bank

Stonebridge Capital Advisor

Acceleration Fund Partner Sponsors

Fox Advancement

Assured Partners of MN/West Bend

Hi-Way Federal Credit Union

Kraus Anderson

Larkin Hoffman

Sevenich, Butler, Gerlach & Brazil

Veritae Group

Opportunities for Involvement

Here are some examples of how your business can get involved through Keystone Business Partners. We will help you find an opportunity that is meaningful and appropriate for your business size and interests.

  • Engage your staff, customers or vendors to hold a donation drive
  • Make a donation to support our programs or offer a match to your staff who donate to Keystone
  • Participate in a Keystone volunteer opportunity customized for your employees or staff
  • Promote Keystone within your business and with your customers
  • Invite Keystone program experts to speak in your company setting

To learn more about the Keystone Business Partner program, contact Jen Winterfeldt, Director of Development and Community Engagement at 651-603-6650 or

Meet Vicki, a Proud Keystone Business Partner

Vicki and TopLine Federal Credit Union are proud to partner with Keystone

TopLine Federal Credit Union is a longtime Keystone Business Partner.  Vicki Roscoe Erickson, Senior Vice President, Marketing & Communications at TopLine and President of the TopLine Credit Union Foundation, explains they got involved as Keystone Business Partner because of a shared value to serving the community.

Vicki says, “I believe TopLine and Keystone share a common mission of finding creative strategies to help those in our communities that need some extra assistance. Credit unions are not-for-profit organizations; we are a financial cooperative and our philosophy is people helping people which aligns directly with the mission of Keystone. We can come together and create that opportunity to give back to those that need a little bit of extra assistance.”

A Variety of Ways to Get Involved

In the time that they’ve been a Keystone Business Partner, TopLine has been an active partner. They have sponsored events, hosted bike drives to benefit Express Bike, done an annual food drive to fill our food shelves, collected school supplies and toys to support Keystone youth, hosted interns through the Career Pathways Program through the Keystone Best Buy Teen Tech Center, and have volunteered in Keystone programs in countless ways.

“The Keystone Business Partner program offers businesses like ours meaningful ways to get involved in the community. We are privileged to partner with Keystone to help people and families succeed,” says Vicki.

  • TopLine employees volunteering
  • TopLine employees volunteering

Keystone Face Mask Requirement Update

The health and safety of Keystone employees, volunteers and participants is a top priority for us and throughout the pandemic Keystone has followed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) and Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) guidance to ensure we’re doing all we can to keep everyone safe.

New guidance from the CDC states that fully vaccinated people do not need to wear masks inside or outside.  The State of MN and now the City of Saint Paul have lifted mask mandates.  Due to these changes and following guidance from the CDC, Keystone will no longer require that masks be worn by anyone coming into our sites.  However, following CDC guidance, we strongly recommend face masks are worn by anyone at a Keystone site who is not fully vaccinated. We also support anyone who wants to wear a mask while working, volunteering, or participating at a Keystone site.

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