Annually leading up to Christmas and the New Year, Keystone’s Hamilton, New Jersey, and Frazer, Pennsylvania, offices organize food drives benefitting their local communities. In 2019, both offices made it a competition to see which office could raise the most food donations. This year, the offices rallied together as employees work with staggered hybrid schedules to collect donations.
Keystone’s Frazer office collected nonperishable food items, paper products, and blankets to donate to the Chester County Food Bank. The Chester County Food Bank was founded in 2009 to help combat hunger in Chester County, PA. Their goal is to “have a viable, sustainable organization that secures, manages, and distributes food to those in need..” They secure food through donations, state, and federal food assistance programs. Additionally, they purchase fresh and nonperishables through grant monies.
The Hamilton Office donated several boxes of nonperishables to the Hamilton Township CYO/Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center. The Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center is in Hamilton Township, NJ and operated by the CYO of Mercer County. Their goal is to host programs and activities to benefit low- & moderate-income residents of Hamilton Township.
Keystone looks forward to giving back during the holiday season and plans to keep this company tradition alive in years to come! We appreciate the generosity of the staff to purchase and donate items to people who are in need.