In-kind donations are always welcome and greatly appreciated. Goods donated by individuals, congregations, community groups and businesses can be given directly to Keystone Community Services. The list below includes items frequently needed, but is not a complete listing of the items we will accept. Contact us if you have a special item in mind to donate.
Food & Goods
Support Keystone with In-kind Donations
Increase your impact in March
Keystone is a partner food shelf in the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign. Throughout the month, contributions — of pounds of food and cash — will lead to matching funds from Minnesota FoodShare. To count for FoodShare, all food and cash donations must be received by April 7, 2019.
- Donate Food – donations of food help keep our food shelves stocked. 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. Personal care items can be delivered to one of the community center locations or one of our food shelf locations.
- Donate a Bike – Keystone’s 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 Donation Drive
Businesses, faith communities, schools and organizations enjoy showing their commitment to Keystone by hosting donation drives to benefit our programs. For tips on how your organization can host a food, personal care or used bike collection drive, check out our volunteer page. All donations can be dropped off at Keystone.