August 10, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Keystone Community Resources
100 Abington Executive Park Clarks Summit, PA 18411 www.keycommres.com
Keystone Community Resources supports Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen
Tunkhannock, PA, – The proceeds from the Second Annual Golf Tournament hosted by Keystone Community
Resources (KCR) were recently donated to the Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen in Tunkhannock.
KCR Golf Committee presented a check for $6,500 to the Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen Founder. The Seven
Loaves Soup Kitchen, Inc., is a non-profit, non-affiliated group of volunteers that provide hope
and compassion to the Tunkhannock community for almost ten years. The funds raised from this
tournament will directly benefit the health and quality of life of the unfortunate and elderly in
Tunkhannock, by providing regular hot, hearty, nutritious and well- balanced meals five days a week
at no charge.
“Keystone Community Resources are great neighbors. This generous donation is over 15% of our annual
budget and will allow us to continue to serve our community and those in need that benefit from our
program.” stated Janice Shaffer, Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen Founder.
“We are so proud to partner with Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen and Shadowbrook for this golf
competition, along with other company sponsors and participants who came together raising funds for
our local non-profit community partner.” stated Laura Brown-Yadlosky, President & CEO of Keystone
Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen also supports KCR’s mission, by allowing three KCR Consumers with
intellectual disabilities the opportunity to work on their cleaning crew. This KCR vocational
program, allows our consumers to work in the local community with a job coach, allowing them to
lead fulfilling lives. For more information on KCR’s Supported Employment Program call 570-
Keystone Community Resources
Our mission is to provide people with intellectual disabilities and autism diverse opportunities to
lead fulfilling lives. Keystone Community Resources is a company that provides community based
services for individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism. This company is comprised of
approximately 600 employees, in human services field in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. It has 60
group homes; eight day programs; a bakery, Keystone Konfections, in Tunkhannock; a coffee business,
Keystone Koffee, and Artworks Gallery in Scranton. These locations are working vocational
businesses that allow people with disabilities to learn life and work skills.
Visit www.keycommres.com or follow the latest Keystone news and more on and Facebook.
Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen
The Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen’s mission has been to enhance the health and quality of life of the
unfortunate and elderly in our community by providing regular hot, hearty, nutritious,
well-balanced meals five days a week at no cost. Over 122,500 meals have been served to the working
poor, unemployed, handicapped, limited fixed income seniors, families with children and individuals
in need during almost 10 years.
Each meal is planned with nutrition in mind. Every day at least one meat, a starch, two vegetables,
soup, salad, fruit, dessert and beverage are offered along with other side dishes as available.
Anyone who comes to our door is welcome – without question or qualification. For more information
check out our web page at https://sevenloaveskitchen.org or call 570-996-5005.