News Stories for 2022

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Mapping the Needs of Ukrainians with Disabilities

When Ukrainians with disability cross the border into Moldova, Keystone Moldova is there to help them either stay or travel through to other countries. As more Ukrainians with disability seek refuge from the war, we are making sure that they’re included in relief efforts.
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Dr. Ludmila Malcoci Speaks about Relief Efforts for Ukrainians with Disability

Keystone Human Services remains committed to our work in Eastern Europe supporting people with disability and building a more inclusive world. We strongly condemn the aggression against Ukraine and stand in full support of the Ukrainian people.
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Urgent Needs: Financial and Humanitarian Aid

Keystone Human Services remains committed to our work in Eastern Europe supporting people with disability and building a more inclusive world. We strongly condemn the aggression against Ukraine and stand in full support of the Ukrainian people.
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We Stand with Ukraine

Keystone Human Services remains committed to our work in Eastern Europe supporting people with disability and building a more inclusive world. We strongly condemn the aggression against Ukraine and stand in full support of the Ukrainian people.
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Purina Donates $20,000 to Help Equip the New Susquehanna Service Dogs Training Center

Susquehanna Service Dogs received a $20,000 donation from Nestlé Purina PetCare Company to help equip the new training center in Grantville, PA. Set to open in the spring, the new training center will provide an accessible environment and customized spaces for experienced working teams, new partners, volunteers, and dog trainers.
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