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Keystone 2014 Charity

The 2014 Recipient: Keystone Substance Abuse Services express their appreciation below:

They have been working for the past five years to create a Youth and Adolescent Center devoted to young people ages 12-18 separate from its adult treatment programs. Keystone’s goal is to provide a safe place where teens can be themselves and get the tools they need to finish high school. The agency needs money to buy appliances for the kitchen, furniture, and technology for offices and therapy rooms, and a media center and computer lab. They also need recreational equipment and supplies for a “social hub” where current and former clients can participate in therapeutic and social activities that support sober living.


Since Good Folks’ beginning in 1991, over $950,000 has been raised and distributed to chosen charitable groups.

From 1991 forward, these special groups serving York County citizens include:

  • York Place

  • York County Mental Retardation Board

  • Boys and Girls Club of York County

  • York County Adult Day Care Service

  • Habitat for Humanity of York County

  • P.A.T.H (People Attempting to Help) – 2011 Recipient

  • Worthy Boys and Girls Camp

  • Pilgrim’s Inn

  • Children’s Attention Home

  • The Boys’ Home, Inc.

  • The Girls’ Home

  • Success by 6

  • Keystone Substance Abuse Centers

  • Clinton Junior College

  • Sexual Assault Resource Center/Child Advocacy Center

  • Clover Area Assistance Center

  • York County Pregnancy Center

  • Hospice and Community Care

  • Lighthouse Shelter and Thrift Store

  • Palmetto Volunteers in Medicine

  • Fort Mill Care Center

  • Family Promise of York County

*If you are interested in knowing more about how the funds are used, and to what effect, ask any Good Folks Board Member and they will get you the information you seek.


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