About Us


Founded in 1987
, Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is a Christian non-profit organization committed to feeding God's children hungry in body and spirit. The approach is simple: volunteers hand-pack meals specially formulated for malnourished children, and we send them to partners around the world where they're used to operate orphanages, schools, clinics and feeding programs to break the cycle of poverty. FMSC food has reached more than 70 countries in our history.

 

 
Our Vision
With God’s help, Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) will strive to eliminate starvation in children throughout the world by helping to instill compassion in people to hear and respond to the cries of those in need.
Mission Statement
Feeding God’s Starving Children Hungry in Body and Spirit
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Our scientifically developed and easy-to-prepare food blends are designed to meet the needs of severely malnourished children. arrow
From countries affected by natural disaster to places enduring economic despair, our food has reached more than 70 countries in our history.arrow
We’ve consistently received the highest grades awarded for accountability and transparency. 92 percent of donations are spent on feeding programs.arrow
Headquarters: 401 93rd Avenue NW | Coon Rapids, MN 55433 | P: 763.504.2919 | F: 763.504.5235 | info@fmsc.org
Turn Hunger into Hope with Your Own Two Hands

92% Percent of total annual donations spent directly on feeding.
(This includes volunteer labor as a donation, as recommended by our auditors.)

99.6% Percentage of meals safely reaching intended locations.

70 FMSC food has reached more than 70 countries in our history.

22 cents Our current meal price. (4th straight year with no increase.)

48% Average year over year growth since 2003.

10 Number of consecutive years FMSC has earned the highest 4-star rating from Charity Navigator. This puts FMSC in the top 1% of over 8,000 nationally rated charities for integrity and trustworthiness.

FMSC Flickr image: bowls of MannaPack rice