I say SKOA you say SKOA, Shaykawn & Kenyatta Open Arms Inc. Is an awesome dynamic not for profit organization that provide basic necessities and assistance to youth, young adults and families that so many take for granted. I am honored to have the privilege to know these two sisters and their mom personally. They saw a need when their mom was diagnosed with cancer (now thankfully in remission) when they were younger, being denied help due her income being over the guidelines despite the fact that she would be out of work on non-pay status because of the cancer.
Thank God out of the ashes S.K.O.A was birthed. They hit the ground running and have not stopped. Kenyatta can be found during Orange Park’s farmers market Sunday’s educating the community about the number of homeless and underserved Floridians there are. On August 10th, she formed a partnership with Farm share to provide fresh groceries and clothing to those in need that made their way to Ridgeview high school where Kenyatta attends. I know that God has great things in store for this 501(c)(3). Please consider contributing to their cause by stopping by Orange Park Farmers Market or by making a donation to the following cash app:$Skoainc Your heart will be glad you did.
I met the founder of this company in the Wal-Mart as my family and I was shopping. She came up to me to let me know that she was going to be having a back to school food give away and to come out and let others know about it also. I went to the event; it was great I was able to learn more about the company all the different things that she does; to my surprise the young lady is only 16 years of age. I want to say she is doing great things and it is so good to see young people trying to make a different. Thank you so much for the help with the food and the other information that was provided to my family. God Bless you.