Feed My Starving Children (FMSC)

Category: Volunteer Network Programs

Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is a Christian organization that started in Minnesota in 1987. In FMSC's 3 permanent Twin Cities locations, volunteers package nutritious meals (rice, soy, freeze-dried veggies, and vitamins) that get sent to starving children around the world. A streamlined assembly-line process allows for quick packaging--and requires many volunteers. A group of St. Olaf students will go to the Eagan site for a 2-hour shift one Monday and one Wednesday a month, September through May (transportation provided). Oles can attend just one trip or go multiple times throughout the year.

     http://www.fmsc.org

Meetings: One trip per month, join the alias fmsc_volunteers@stolaf.edu to get more info

Contacts:   Matthew Bourque (bourqu1),  Shannon Moore (moore3),  Rebecca Person (person1),  McKineley Shifflett (shiffl1),  Disa Sullivan (sulliv11),  Alia Vang (vang5)

Last Updated: 5/23/17

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