Help Fight Hunger with the Foodmobile

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Keystone Community Services

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Keystone's Foodmobile has been on the road bringing our emergency food shelf services to neighbors in need since the spring of 2015. Help keep the Foodmobile rolling by volunteering with this innovative program! Volunteers assist staff with stocking and organizing the Foodmobile as well as distributing groceries directly to community members. Volunteers meet the food mobile at the distribution sites.

The Foodmobile offers 29 distributions every month at 26 different community locations. Distribution times vary but volunteer shifts are typically 2-3 hours long. The Foodmobile holds food distributions in St. Paul and Roseville at community centers, apartment complexes, senior high-rises, schools, colleges, and more. Examples of Foodmobile distribution locations include the Fairview Community Center, MORE School of Empowerment, St. Paul College, and Montreal Court Apartments.

You can volunteer once a month, twice a month or whatever fits your schedule! We can find a volunteer schedule and location that works for you!

Volunteering with the Foodmobile provides you with the opportunity to make a direct impact on hunger in your community!

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About Keystone Community Services


2000 St. Anthony Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55104, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to strengthen the capacity of individuals and families to improve the quality of life.


Keystone Community Services - is a multi-service organization providing human services in the areas of youth, senior, and basic needs programming. Keystone Community Services supports people in need with a variety of services to accomplish the following:

  • Youth learn and gain skills that help them succeed in school, at home and in their community by participating in afterschool programming, academic tutoring, youth employment and culturally specific programs designed for immigrant youth.
  • Families and individuals become more self-sufficient, stable and connected to their community through support from food shelves, crisis assistance, case management and family programs.
  • Seniors remain independent and contribute to their communities by accessing active senior, volunteer, in-home support and case management programs.
  • Community members connect to their neighborhoods and contribute to the vitality of St. Paul by volunteering, participating in community events, and supporting their neighbors in need.


We'll work with your schedule.


2000 St. Anthony AvenueSaint Paul, MN 55104



  • Crisis Intervention
  • Food Delivery / Distribution




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  • Dress comfortably and wear closed toed shoes

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