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Event Name:
Feed My Starving Children
Location: Feed My Starving Children - Coon Rapids
Address: 401 93rd Avenue NW, Coon Rapids, MN 55433 (map)
Date: Tue, January 29th    6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Manager: Jen S (email) Coordinator: Cedar S (email)
Description: At FMSC your session will begin with an orientation. As you package meals by hand for the world's hungriest children, you will discover a deep sense of service and community. Volunteers often are surprised at the number of meals they are able to pack in a short time, realizing that each meal feeds a child for a day. In 2007 volunteers packed 40 million meals that were distributed in 45 countries!

Other Info: Reminder - please wear closed toe shoes. Thank you!

Organization: Feed My Starving Children

Feed My Starving Children was founded as a Christian nonprofit in 1987 to help feed the starving children of the world. Feed My Starving Children has worked to develop a food mixture that would be easy and safe to transport, simple to make with only boiling water, and culturally acceptable worldwide. Packaged in small pouches, each of which provides six highly nutritious meals, this easy-to-prepare food blend has won rave reviews all over the world. A team of food scientists continues to monitor the FMSC formula to ensure that it meets nutritional needs for the world's hungry children.

Transit: http://www.metrotransit.org/
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