Washington Township Pastor and Parent Makes Donation to Schools on Behalf of Keystone Fellowship Church 


Washington Township pastor Matt Pilla is pictured with the generous donation of 3,500 cloth masks and boxes of cleaning supplies that his Keystone Fellowship Church members funded. Pilla recently dropped off the supplies to District Operations Manager Bob Schoenfeldt.

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP –Matt Pilla, Washington Township parent and pastor of the Keystone Fellowship Church, recently made a donation, on behalf of his congregation, of 3,500 cloth masks and boxes of cleaning solution to be used to combat COVID-19 as the District schools plan to open.

“We are so grateful for folks like Matt, and his congregation at Keystone Fellowship Church, who come together to support their fellow community members and our District during this very difficult time,” Superintendent of Schools Joe Bollendorf said.  “It is this very spirit of giving and service that helps to make Washington Township the special place it is to live and raise our children. We are so appreciative of this timely gift, as we set our sights on reopening our schools. This donation will help to keep our staff and students safe this school year.”