Feed My Starving Children
Rating: 4.53 stars 15 reviews
Issues: Human Services, International, Philanthropy
Location: 401 93rd Avenue NW Coon Rapids MN 55433 USA
Results: In 2012, FMSC produced over 163 million meals thanks to the work of more than 657,000 volunteers.
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2 people found this review helpful
Feed My Starving Children is an amazing group of people getting it right for God's kingdom. It is a great place to take your family to learn about the real world issue of hunger and a great place to help do something about it. My family and I support FMSC because we have had an opportunity to see the entire process from start to finish. We have packed food with friends and family on several occasions here in Minnesota and we have seen the food provided to hungry children and families when we travel to Haiti. FMSC does a great job of making sure that the money provided is used to buy food. They spend very little on overhead.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
I have had multiple chances to see FMSC meals distributed to children in Haiti. This occurred at orphanges, schools, and villages. I have met hundreds of children and families that are being fed by FMSC. It is a blessing to be able to support them in these efforts.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
I don't think they need to change a thing.
5 people found this review helpful
I became a regular donor after hearing my father rave about the organization and all that they do to feed the hungry around the world. While I'm not physically located near any of their packaging sites in the US, I hear it is one of the most rewarding, short-term volunteer experiences one can have. That they are able to commit 94% of all donations to direct support of the food program is amazing! Their online platform for giving is seamless, and their balance of sharing information and asking for more is among the best I've experienced (don't feel overwhelmed by more and more asks for money).
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
truly change the world!
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