Leave a lasting legacy to honor your loved ones and sustain Keystone’s vision of a world where all people regardless of background and ability can grow, make choices and be valued and contributing members of our community.
What is the Green Street Society?
Keystone Partnership established the Green Street Society in tribute to the groundbreaking dedication of the pioneers who worked diligently to make life in the community a reality for children and adults with disabilities. It was named after Keystone’s first residential program on Green Street in Harrisburg for three gentlemen with intellectual disabilities. Since that first program was established in 1972, Keystone Human Services has grown into a multifaceted human service family of agencies serving men, women and children in the community.
The Green Street Society honors individuals who give a gift to benefit the work of Keystone Human Services during their lifetime or as they plan their estate. Through the Green Street Society, you can ensure that your loved ones and members of your community will continue to receive services and supports for as long as they are needed.
Become a Charter Member of the Green Street Society
To become a member of the Green Street Society, make a donation or include the Keystone Partnership in your estate planning. Your gift may be earmarked for immediate use or endowed. As an endowment, your donation is invested and the interest is used to sustain and support Keystone’s vital services. Gifts can also be designated to benefit specific programs or they can be used at the discretion of the Board of Directors to address pressing needs.
The first 150 donors to give $2,500 or more or include Keystone in their estate planning will become charter members. Charter members will have their name listed on a plaque in the lobby of Keystone’s headquarters in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and will be included in special charter member activities.
Ways to become a charter member:
- Make a current gift of cash or stock valued at $2,500 or more
- Include Keystone Partnership as a beneficiary in your will
- Include Keystone as a beneficiary for your IRA, 401(k) or other qualified plans
- Deed your home, commercial building or investment property to Keystone Partnership
- Establish a Planned Giving instrument to benefit the work of Keystone
- Name Keystone Partnership as the irrevocable owner of an insurance policy
Keystone Human Services’ divisions and subsidiaries are 501(c)3 nonprofit agencies, and your donations will be tax deductible within the rule of law.