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Volunteers at Feed My Starving Children assemble the packaged rice, dehydrated vegetables, soy and vitamins which will go to children in developing countries.

Christian nonprofit Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) opened a permanent meal packing facility in Richardson, Texas on July 1. The site will have the capacity to welcome more than 150,000 volunteers each year to hand-pack nourishing FMSC MannaPack™ meals.  FMSC has partnered with the local DFW community for years through its MobilePack™ events. Now the meaningful volunteer experience will be available year-round for volunteers to support FMSC’s mission of feeding God’s starving children hungry in body and spirit. Individuals,  Families,  groups  and companies can sign up to volunteer for a packing session, which take place Wednesday- Saturday each week .   Volunteers will help the site produce 50 million meals each year, to be distributed to children around the  world.  

DFW community members are encouraged to sign up for future packing events at  fmsc.org/richardson The site is located at 1680 N Glenville Dr., Suite 300 in Richardson, Texas. FMSC is also looking for additional talented staff to support its new site. Learn more about career opportunities at fmsc.org/jobs.

 

Feed My Starving Children is a Christian nonprofit dedicated to providing nutritious meals to children worldwide. FMSC meals are hand-packed by volunteers and sent to an incredible network of partner organizations who distribute them to those in need. Nearly 1.2 million volunteers packed more than 333 million FMSC meals in 2016. More than 90 percent of total donations go directly to feed kids. More at fmsc.org

 

About FMSC MobilePack events

Volunteers just like you join hands with neighbors across the U.S. to pack and fund lifesaving FMSC MannaPack meals through FMSC MobilePack events. Churches, businesses, community groups and schools host these food packing events and make a real difference in the fight against world hunger.

 

 

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