Keystone Fellowship Ready to Serve 20,000 Meals
The religious institution in Montgomery Township is seeking volunteers to help deliver food and identify those in need
Those still living without electricity in the wake of Hurricane Sandy can get some free hot meals courtesy of Keystone Fellowship of Montgomery Township and Skippack Township.
The religious institution at 427 Stump Road is ready to serve 20,000 hot meals to people in the Greater Philadelphia area as part of its Hurricane Sandy Relief.
Keystone has been given more than 16,000 pounds of pre-cooked chicken and a large commercial cooker to aid those in need and those without power.
It is also acquiring bread and water to giveaway as well.
Keystone Fellowship's Montgomeryville location will be the regional distribution center in the relief effort today, Thursday and Friday from Noon to 6 p.m.
The effort is in need of volunteers to drive, distribute, cook, assemble, load and unload goods.
Keystone is also in need of containers to keep the chicken warm, as well as covered tents to protect volunteers from the rain and wind as they work to distribute the food.
Most importantly, Keystone needs the public to help identify neighbors, living centers, neighborhoods, nursing homes and orphanages and the like that are in need of food.
To help, contact Janet Pinkos at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Keystone Fellowship at (215) 362-8413.
You can also get more details at Keystone's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Keystone-Fellowship-Montgomeryville/117804661578796