Feed My Starving Children volunteer project November 2014

 
Members of the Broadmoor District Rotary Club volunteer on Saturday, November 22nd, to pack meals for Feed My Starving Children (FMSC), a nonprofit hunger relief organization that provides food to help communities in developing countries become self-sustaining. Volunteers hand pack scientifically designed meals, which are shipped to partners in nearly 70 countries and used to run orphanages, clinics, schools, missions, and community feeding programs.  FMSC hosts “MobilePack” events across the United States.   In 2013, nearly 800,000 volunteers joined FMSC to package more than 191,600,000 meals for children around the world.  In addition to donating their time to help in this exceedingly worthwhile endeavor, the Club members had fun!
 
Members of the Broadmoor District Rotary Club volunteer on Saturday, November 22nd, to pack meals for Feed My Starving Children (FMSC), a nonprofit hunger relief organization that provides food to help communities in developing countries become self-sustaining. Volunteers hand pack scientifically designed meals, which are shipped to partners in nearly 70 countries and used to run orphanages, clinics, schools, missions, and community feeding programs.  FMSC hosts “MobilePack” events across the United States.   In 2013, nearly 800,000 volunteers joined FMSC to package more than 191,600,000 meals for children around the world.  In addition to donating their time to help in this exceedingly worthwhile endeavor, the Club members had fun!