School Kids Program (SKiP)
Many of the children who live in the Randolph area receive free breakfast and lunch during the school year. To help make up for the loss of school meals during the school vacations, the Randolph Area Food Shelf provides food supplements for families with young children.
During each vacation, participants will receive a week’s supply of cereal, milk, bananas, bread, peanut butter, jelly, carrots, and applesauce for each child in the home.
Children of all ages are welcome. You do not need to qualify for the free and reduced lunch program to participate in SKiP.
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SKiP originally stood for “Summer Kids Lunch Program” and was initiated by the Randolph Area Food Shelf in 2014. Its purpose was to provide free lunches five days a week during the summer when free or reduced price lunches were not available to students.
The program was expanded during the 2014-2015 school year to include the February and April school vacation weeks and the name of the program was changed to "School Kids Program."
To continue operating and serving children in need, SKiP relies on the generosity of volunteers. Through the summer months, as well as during the February and April vacation weeks, we need your help. Please complete our online volunteer application if you can contribute volunteer time or our donation page if you can offer financial support.