Keystone Community Services

Mission Statement

The mission of Keystone Community Services is to strengthen the capacity of individuals and families to improve their quality of life.

Impact and Programs

Accomplishments Keystone supported 38,840 people with 2.3M pounds of emergency food in 2021 via our food shelves and mobile food programs. We held 21 drive-up community food distribution events in 2021 that offered low-barrier access to pre-packed emergency food for thousands of people, many who are accessing food supports for the first time. Keystone’s food shelf home delivery program for seniors grew by almost 300% during 2021, from 80 people served in January to 232 people in December. Keystone Resource Navigators provided 744 households with resource referrals and distributed $119,635 in financial assistance. A total of 171 youth participated in Keystone afterschool programs including Community Kids and the Teen Tutor program. Keystone also provided Youth Employment and Training Programs that served 98 youth through workforce readiness classes, paid work experiences, and training activities at Keystone’s Best Buy Teen Tech Center. Keystone also supported 2,123 St. Paul seniors in 2021 including 345 seniors who participated in Active Senior exercise and recreation programs in 2021. Keystone’s in-home senior services increased their reach in 2021 (484 served, including vaccine clinics, senior outreach and referrals, and care coordination). Keystone’s Meals on Wheels services also continued to increase in 2021, reaching 245 older adults. Finally, Keystone social workers provided case management for 1,041 older adults in 2021.
Current Goals Goal #1: 33,000 people will improve their nutrition, health and economic stability by accessing over 2.3M pounds of food and support services via the Keystone Basic Needs Program. Goal #2: 180 youth will participate in afterschool and youth employment programs designed to improve their academic, social and community engagement skills. Goal #3: 2,000 Saint Paul seniors will be connected to resources and activities in their community that support health, safety, and community living.
Community or Constituency Served We provide vital, community-based services aimed at strengthening our community, with a commitment to serving people with the greatest needs. Our services are designed with community input to meet the aspirations and respond to the changing needs of those we serve, including young people and families, seniors, and those needing food services or crisis support. Our primary community served is residents of Ramsey County.
Geographic Area Served Keystone primarily supports residents of Ramsey County.

Reports & Finances

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Major Program Expenses
Basic Needs:
$3,365,668
Senior Services:
$1,832,345
Youth Services:
$610,510
3 Year Average Expenses
Program Services
$4,874,103
80.4%
Management
$784,633
12.9%
Fundraising
$406,110
6.7%
Unrestricted Net Assets
End of Year:
Beginning of Year:
Difference:
2020
$4,067,769
$2,114,508
$1,953,261
2019
$2,114,508
$2,225,768
($111,260)
2018
$2,225,768
$2,481,901
($256,133)

Notes from the Council

Organization Last Reviewed on 07/28/2022

This date is representative of when we completed our initial Accountability Wizard® nonprofit review, and provided the organization with their results. This review is good for three years from the date provided
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Address:
Keystone Community Services
St. Paul, MN 55104
Phone: 651-645-0349

General Information

Alternative Name: Keystone, Express Bike Shop, Keystone Best Buy Teen Tech Center, Keystone Foodshelf, Keystone Foodmobile, Keystone Meals on Wheels
EIN: 41-0693924
Principal Staff: Mary McKeown
Number of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE): 66
Volunteer Opportunities: Yes
Number of Clients: 43,326
Ruling Year: 1955

Board

Board Chair: Diane Gerth
Number of Board Members: 13
Board Meetings with Quorum: 9
Average Member Attendance: 11.4

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