Soup Kitchen in Provincetown Receives Holiday Grant

PROVINCETOWN – Soup Kitchen in Provincetown (SKIP) has received $2,000 from the Greater Boston Food Bank to support its work addressing food insecurity this holiday season. 

SKIP said it will add specialty food items to holiday lunches for guests with the funds.  

The money comes as part of the Food Bank’s holiday investments to help partner organizations with ongoing hunger relief work. 

The group said that it changed its model for awarding funds to emphasize equity, given the effects of inflation and food prices. 

Officials with the Food Bank note that one in three Massachusetts residents face food insecurity.

UPDATE (12/23/22, 9am) – SKIP had to close for Friday, December 23 due to the weather and will resume operations on Monday, December 26. 

By Brian Engles, NewsCenter

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