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January Meal a Month
Keystone 2014 Meal-A-Month program includes two fun date for January.
Join us for a meal and support the mission of Keystone while you dine out.
Tuesday, January 21 at Down to Earth Café, 1141 N. Fifth St., Perkasie—7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. No flyer required
Tuesday, January 28 at Texas Roadhouse, Montgomeryville, 4:00-10:00 p.m. Click Her for More Info.
Tips On Ways to Save Money
- Substitute coffee for expensive coffee drinks.The $2 a day you could well save by buying a coffee rather than a cappucino or latte would allow you, over the course of a year, to completely fund a $500 emergency fund.
- Bring lunch to work.If buying lunch at work costs $5, but making lunch at home costs only $2.50, then in a year, you could afford to create a $500 emergency fund and still have money left over.
- Eat out one fewer time each month.If it costs you $25 to eat out, but only $5 to eat in, then the $20 you save each month allows you to almost completely fund a $500 emergency savings account.
- Shop for food with a list and stick to it.People who do food shopping with a list, and buy little else, spend much less money than those who decide what to buy when they get to the food market.The annual savings could easily be hundreds of dollars. See more here
The mission of Keystone Opportunity Center is to help community members in need by offering a comprehensive array of social services that educate, encourage and empower them to become self sufficient.