About Us

Feed My Starving Children is a Christian organization committed to "Feeding God's Starving Children Hungry in Body and Spirit." See our Statement of Beliefs.

 

Make a Gift Today!

Feed My Starving Children is a Christian 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. A single meal costs less than 25 cents to produce, and FMSC devotes more than 90 percent of total donations to feeding kids. Make a secure online donation today.

Monthly Sustainer

If you are a current monthly sustainer, please contact Katie Olson at kolson@fmsc.org or 763.951.7455 for any updates or changes you may need with your monthly contribution.

Stocks and Estate Plans

Interested in donating stocks to Feed My Starving Children or honoring FMSC in your estate plan?

Contact:
  Brittney Wagner
  Grant Writer
  BWagner@fmsc.org
  763.504.5230

Annual Report for fiscal year running March 1, 2015-February 29, 2016.

Revenues and other support

Fiscal Year 2015-2016

Contributions $20,339,457
MobilePack contributions 12,494,836
In-kind contributions 21,540,916
Market Place sales 1,975,164
Other revenue 20,824
Special events net of direct benefits to donors 1,395,552
Total revenue and other support 57,766,749

 

Expenses

 
Program services $52,061,320
Management and general 2,401,938
Fundraising 2,672,162
Total expenses 57,135,420
   
Changes in net assets $631,329
Net assets, beginning of year 8,191,447
Net assets, end of year 8,822,776

 

View a full 2015-2016 audited report.

View FMSC's 2014 Form 990. (FMSC's 2015 Form 990 will be available in July 2016.)

Contact:
Dan Stennes-Rogness
VP of Finance/CFO
Direct phone: 763.231.0157
Email: DRogness@fmsc.org

Third-Party Evaluation of FMSC by Excellence in Giving

Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) continually strives for greater excellence. With that purpose, we engaged an independent philanthropy firm, Excellence in Giving (EIG) of Colorado Springs, Colo., to evaluate FMSC from the perspective of a major donor. EIG advises some of the nation’s largest philanthropy investments. The evaluation was conducted by EIG’s Director of Research, Paul T. Penley, Ph.D., and returned on October 19, 2012. It focused on the leadership, strategy, finances, impact and communication/technology of FMSC. Overall, the evaluation gave FMSC exceptional reviews, while offering recommendations for improvements, which our leadership team and board are discussing and implementing.