Keystone Mission is in Scranton and Wilkes-Barre. HOPE is found HERE!
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Building Trust
Providing help and hope to the homeless
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Committed to be the Catalyst for the Community.
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Sharing the Gospel & working with Community Agencies
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What we do!

Men and women enter our buildings seeking food, clothing, services and programs, and the hope of a transformed life.

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Our Source of Hope & Our mission to the community

In Christ Alone

Keystone Mission is an Evangelical, faith-based non-profit organization that seeks to share the hope of the Gospel with all who enter our doors. Our staff and volunteers give each guest an opportunity to hear and respond to the good news of Jesus Christ. 

Our Hope in Action

Our mission is to be a Catalyst for the Community, to provide help and hope to the homeless, hungry, and hurting people in Northeast PA. 

OUR IMPACT IN LIVES ACROSS NORTHEAST PA

HELPING MEN AND WOMEN SEEK HOPE

2,135+

visits to our Innovation Centers for Homelessness and Poverty in Scranton & Wilkes-Barre since the beginning of May

490+

active guests receiving services, attending programs, seeking outside agency support at the Innovation Centers

121

new guests that have entered and are seeking services through our Innovation Centers

545+

hours completed from our Pathfinder’s Workforce Development Program across our sites

39

participants in our daily Bible Study offered at the Innovation Center in Scranton

1,082

emergency provisions (clothing, hygiene products, bed rolls, etc.) handed out to men and women in our programs

2,255+

breakfast, lunch, and weekend meals given to men and women experiencing homelessness

Data is updated monthly

EVERY STORY MATTERS

TRANSFORMING LIVES IN NORTHEAST PA

We want you to meet Angela! She came to the mission broken and in need of help. Today, we are excited to share, Angela has her own apartment and is working at a local hospital. Her story inspires many because she confronted her challenge head-on and did not allow it to stop her. Angela continues to seek transformation in her life as she embarks on this new journey. 

 
In the picture, Angela is standing in the middle, to her right is Lasha our Scranton Program Director, and to her left is Kathy, the Operations Director. On this day Angela came by the organization to pick up a bike that will help her travel back and forth to work. She had one of the biggest smiles on her face because of the steps she took to better herself.
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Be active at the Mission!

At Keystone Mission, there are several ways for you to get involved in the lives of men and women seeking transformation. 

 

Become a financial partner by giving every month. You’ll join the Foundation Group as a monthly partner, which comprises 80 active monthly givers. 

 

Join the volunteer program and work on the front lines with our staff in Scranton and Wilkes-Barre. Cook a meal, sort clothing, play a game with the guests, teach a class, and more. 

 

Donate goods that will stock our shelves for the programs in Scranton and Wilkes-Barre. Goods will also be used to stock the upcoming thrift store. 

 

Leave a legacy and make an impact on future guests. 

GIVE MONTHLY

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LEAVE A LEGACY

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READ ABOUT KEYSTONE MISSION'S WORK

PRESS ROOM

Day of Planting Sprouts New Beginnings in Scranton 

Scranton, PA – Guests, volunteers, and staff gathered to sow the fruits of their labor on May 31 to celebrate a day of planting for the Seeds of Hope Community Garden.    This joyous occasion marked a milestone in the program’s journey to benefit the Scranton

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