PROVINCETOWN — The Soup Kitchen In Provincetown (SKIP), re-opening on Monday, Nov. 4, is once again offering individuals, businesses and organizations the chance to underwrite a day’s meal while gaining a little community appreciation and a tax deduction.
Through its “Sponsor a Lunch” program, SKIP will announce and publicize contributors of $250 or more through its Facebook page and the Provincetown Community Facebook page. In addition, the donor’s generosity will be posted on a signboard in the dining room the day of their sponsored lunch. SKIP meals are served at the Provincetown United Methodist Church on Shank Painter Road.
SKIP spends an average of $250 per day on food to prepare more than 125 meals. That’s after food donations from the Greater Boston Food Bank, local restaurants, businesses and individuals. The “Sponsor a Lunch” program enables individuals and businesses to donate the $250 that SKIP needs each day. Donations may be made by check to SKIP, P.O. Box 538, Provincetown, MA 02657, or online at www.skipfood.org. Donors must indicate how they would like their gifts listed.