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By donating your time and treasure to Keystone Human Services, you are supporting men, women and children to participate and live full lives in their communities. Whether you volunteer or give a monetary or in-kind donation, you are giving someone opportunity – opportunity to participate in community activities, to receive necessary healthcare, to live in a home with their own bedroom, to find a job, to have friends, to feel valued and to contribute to their community.

Your gift helps us continue our important mission to create opportunities for people to grow, make meaningful life choices, and fully participate in the community. One woman who uses Keystone’s services has achieved her goals of meeting new people and trying new activities. She joined several writing and art classes and formed friendships with some of the people in her classes. One family who is living in a difficult social situation in Moldova received an unexpected gift over the holidays. They received the generous donation of a goat, which gives them a stable source of food as they face other challenges in their lives. A gentleman who uses our services wants to go to college and find a full time job. One step toward achieving his goal was gaining his driver’s license, and he has successfully passed his driving test.

With your gifts, we can continue to provide services to support people to achieve their goals and dreams. There are many ways for you to assist Keystone to fulfill our mission. Every gift is appreciated and every gift makes a difference.

Donate now to make a difference.

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