Over the last few months, Keystone Opportunity Center has been making
contactless home deliveries of groceries to pantry clients. More than
25,000 pounds of healthy fruits, vegetables, milk, meat, shelf stable
items like canned goods, and essentials such as toilet paper, were
delivered each month to approximately 275 homes. As Pennsylvania moves
into the green phase, Keystone is inviting Food Pantry clients to return
to Keystone for drive-thru pickups.
Starting July 1, Keystone’s food pantry clients can pick up their
groceries in the parking lot of Keystone Opportunity Center on Tuesdays,
Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Pantry clients coming
for pickups should pull into Keystone’s parking lot and wait in their
cars until a volunteer checks them in and lets them know when their
grocery bags are ready and waiting on a designated table for pickup.
Keystone’s building will continue to remain closed to clients and
Home deliveries will continue to those residing in senior communities, along with others who are unable to come to the pantry.
The Keystone Opportunity Center Food Pantry serves the residents of the
Souderton Area School District. If you or someone you know is in need
and would like to become a member of the food pantry, call the pantry at
215-732-5430 x101 to register.
Keystone is accepting food donations on Mondays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at its entrance on Main Street. This allows donated food to quarantine
before taking it to Keystone’s Food Pantry in the other side of the
Financial contributions, however, continue to be the best way to support
the pantry and other services of Keystone. Donations can be made online
Keystone’s food, housing and education programs are still operating while Keystone’s office remains inaccessible to the public.