SKIP is a UK student led registered charity which supports child welfare in communities throughout the developing world.
For all children to be cared for and supported in accessing the basic rights of health, welfare and education within their communities.
And for future professionals to have the awareness, ability and motivation to influence and contribute to global development
Develop and maintain sustainable, community-based projects aimed at improving the health, education and welfare of vulnerable children
Develop globally and culturally aware students who can advocate for local and international health progress as future healthcare professionals
SKIP community projects are facilitated by our SKIP branches, in conjunction with local partner organisations. There are branches led by students at universities throughout the UK, and you can find out more about these using the Branches tab above.
Our branches operate under the same charity number and are supported by our National Committee and Executive Board of Trustees, and you can find out more about these, and about the history of SKIP using the About SKIP tab above.
Our mission is to support vulnerable and impoverished children and communities worldwide and promote the personal and professional development of students.
We strive to educate and empower students to initiate and maintain sustainable community integrated overseas projects aimed at improving the health, welfare and education of children in their community.
We believe in the universal rights of the child and the role of professionals of the future advocating and implementing change.