More Food Programs

In addition to food shelves, Keystone offers other ways to access fresh food including Free Farmers Market Events and by hosting Fare for All.
Picture of a Free Farmers Market

Healthy Communities Require Access to Healthy Food Options

We believe that all of our neighbors in need should have access to vital support to be self-sufficient, stable and successful. To be successful, we know individuals and families in our community need access to healthy food resources.

Beyond our food shelf services, Keystone also offers other programs to give people access to healthy, affordable food.

Volunteer to Help Neighbors

Free Farmers Markets

Keystone is committed to giving people in our community access to fresh produce and healthy foods.

During the 2018 growing season, Keystone offered nine Free Farmers Market events and distributed 45,221 pounds of fresh food to 2,505 people. Thank you to the volunteers who helped make this possible!

Boy getting fresh fruit at free farmers market event

Fare For All - Food That Makes Cents

We believe access to healthy, fresh and affordable food is a right. Keystone partners with The Food Group to offer the Fare For All Program in St. Paul’s West 7th neighborhood.

How it works

Fare For All is a great way to save money on quality, nutritious food. Fare For All buys fresh fruits, vegetables and frozen meat in bulk to save you up to 40% off grocery store prices. Produce and meats are packed into food packages to range in price from $10–$25. Fare For All is community supported and open to everyone. The more people who participate, the better.

2019 Fare For All Dates

Keystone offers the Fare For All program at the West 7th Community Center. The events are held in the gym at the community center from 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

  • Friday, January 4
  • Friday, February 1
  • Friday, March 1

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