Feed My Starving Children

Category: Serve

Mindekirken volunteers needed to pack meals for
"Feed My Starving Children"

Mark your calendar and sign up to help pack meals for Feed My Starving Children!


When: to be determined
Where: FMSC Eagan location
Time: 6:00pm to 7:30pm 
Address: 990 Lone Oak Rd, Suite 136, Eagan, MN 55121




What we will be doing:
After a brief orientation and training, working in teams of 8-10 people, packing food for distribution.  Some sitting jobs.



Website: www.fmcs.org

Feed My Starving Children is a nonprofit Christian organization committed to feeding God’s starving children hungry in body and spirit. The approach is simple: children and adults hand-pack meals formulated specially for starving children, then FMSC ships the meals to nearly 70 countries around the world. 

In 2013, FMSC sent over 191 million meals around the world thanks to the work of more than 800,000 volunteers. 93% of total donations goes directly to the feeding program.


Read more about what FMSC is doing ......


What FMSC is doing
Horn of Africa
In early August, Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) successfully airlifted over 46,000 servings of their specialized “baby food,” MannaPack Potato-W, to rural drought victims in Turkana, Kenya.


At the La Chureca garbage dump in Managua, children search for things to sell—or eat. Fabretto Children’s Foundation enrolls them in a school, where they get a daily MannaPack™ lunch—and their parents get jobs making crafts. “Food,” says Kevin Marinacci of Fabretto, “is one of the most critical components of our work.”  

Southern Africa
In this AIDS-ravaged region, a mission called Children’s Cup helps churches and families care for 30,000 orphans every day, using FMSC meals. “Then comes health care and education,” says Children’s Cup PresidentBen Rodgers. “These kids become leaders in their communities.”

Abandoned children, called “wasted” by the government, make homes in cardboard boxes.Risen Savior Missions brings FMSC food to 500 such communities. Clinics andschools follow. “Food is always the hub of the wheel that turns a community around,” states Jerry Krosnowski of Risen Savior. 

How you can help
Anyone can help, but the minimum age to volunteer at FMSC is 5 years old.  We will pack meals at one of three Twin Cities locations.  You can plan to spend approximately three hours – which includes orientation, training and the actual work of packing the meals.  After the orientation, teams of about 8-10 people at each work station start work to pack the meals.  Don’t worry!  It’s easy to do and there are plenty of people to help if you have questions….and it's lots of fun!

Join us!  Contact the office at 612-874-0716 to sign up or to get more information.



Those who are generous are blessed,
for they share their bread with the poor.
--Proverbs 22:9
Velsignet blir den som er god mot andre,
for han deler sitt brød med de fattige.
--Ordsp 22:9