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Keystone Mission’s Rejuvenation Project Receives Grant from The Scranton Area Community Foundation

Picture (left to right): Cathy Fitzpatrick, Director of Grants & Scholarships, SACF; Jillian Mirro, Communications & Marketing Manager, Keystone Mission; Danielle O. Keith-Alexandre, CEO & Executive Director, Keystone Mission; Katie Gilmartin, SACF Board Member; Laura Ducceshi, President and CEO of SACF

The Scranton Area Community Foundation’s Community Needs Grant generously gave a $10,000 grant to Keystone Mission’s Rejuvenation Project. The Rejuvenation Project aims at equipping individuals experiencing homelessness with the tools they need to rebuild their lives. Through this project, Keystone Mission is establishing the Seeds of Hope Community Garden, expanding access to showers, and offering comprehensive training through the Pathfinders’ Vocational Program.

Thanks to the generous funding, the Rejuvenation Project has a tangible impact on homeless individuals, providing them with the resources and opportunities to rebuild their lives and regain independence.

“We are grateful for the partnership of the Scranton Area Community Foundation. Together we are creating a greater impact on the lives of our guests.” says Danielle O. Keith-Alexandre, CEO & Executive Director. “It is essential for the unsheltered community and those experiencing economic hardship and food insecurity to have
access to the necessary tools required for their betterment.”

Keystone Mission is thankful for community partners like Scranton Area Community Foundation for supporting the mission to bring help and hope to the homeless, hungry, and hurting people in Northeast PA.

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