Feed My Starving Children

Feed My Starving Children

401 93rd Ave. NW
Coon Rapids, MN 55433
fmsc.org
763-504-2919

 
Annual Revenue: $62.7 million*
*Includes the value of volunteer labor at $22.7 million
Total Employees: 275
Year Established: 1987
 
Mission
Hope Starts with Food. Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is a Christian non-profit organization committed to feeding God’s starving children hungry in body and spirit. To a starving child, hope can only begin with a reliable source of nutritious food. FMSC exists to eradicate hunger and provide that hope in Jesus’ name.
 
The Process is Simple
Volunteers of all ages hand-pack FMSC meals at seven permanent sites in Arizona, Illinois and Minnesota and hundreds of MobilePack™ events hosted by churches, businesses, community groups and schools in 37+ states nationwide. Your generosity funds the meal ingredients and feeds kids. FMSC doesn’t receive any government aid. All meals are paid for by your donations. Our amazing partners distribute FMSC food in schools, orphanages, clinics and feeding programs every day in 70 countries to break the cycle of poverty and deliver hope.
 
In 2016 nearly 1.1 million volunteers hand-packed more than 284 million life-saving meals! Visit volunteer.fmsc.org/Register to pack meals today.
 
Give Today
Make a one-time gift. Become a monthly donor. Take advantage of your company’s matching gift opportunities. Each meal costs just 22 cents. For just $80 you can feed a hungry child for an entire year.
 
Leave a Legacy
Consider making FMSC a beneficiary of your will, estate plan or life insurance policy. Invest in the futures of children all around the world and provide long-lasting Hope for Tomorrow. Plan your Legacy Gift today at fmsc.org/plannedgiving.
 
Efficiency
Because every meal is packed by volunteers, FMSC is extraordinarily efficient. More than 90 percent of total donations are spent directly on meal production, a factor in maintaining the highest 4-star rating from Charity Navigator for 12 straight years.
 
For the full FMSC story, visit fmsc.org.