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Feed My Starving Children

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Volunteers hand pack scientifically formulated meals for undernourished children, which are distributed to a network of 75+ partners in 55+ countries each.




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Feed My Starving Children
There is no shortage of organizations dedicated to helping hungry children globally, so how do you determine which one to support? Each organization has unique qualities, and Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is no different. FMSC is a Christian nonprofit organization that provides meals developed by food science and nutrition professionals to supplement nutritional needs and reduce problems with malnutrition.  Founded in 1987, the organization takes a very streamlined approach: donations are collected to fund the meal ingredients, volunteers hand-pack the meals, and meals are then donated to FMSC food partners. This process helps feed kids and save lives around…

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  • Title: Emma
  • Charity: Feed My Starving Children
  • Country: Uganda
  • Photo Credit: African Children Today


  • Title: Family with MannaPack
  • Charity: Feed My Starving Children
  • Country: Uganda
  • Photo Credit: Feed the Hungry

Family with MannaPack

  • Title: Recipient with MannaPack
  • Charity: Feed My Starving Children
  • Country: Haiti
  • Photo Credit: Love a Child

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You may know the story of Emmanuel, who we affectionately call Emma, if you’ve volunteered with us. We are always so proud to share his story of hope. At 2 years old, he was just skin and bones. He weighed nine pounds, but after one year of eating MannaPack® meals, he gained 13 pounds — and new life. Now, at 8 years old, Emma’s story isn’t one of simply surviving. He is thriving. His older brother, Brian, calls him a “big man,” which makes Emma very proud. When he hears this, he puts his shoulders back and holds his head high. Emma loves soccer. Our partner Richard from African Children Today (ACT) told us he recently watched him score the winning goal in a game with other children in his village in Uganda. “That would not have been possible without MannaPack Rice,” he said. “I remember the days when we…