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 only 22 cents to produce, and 92 percent of total donations goes directly toward the food program. Make a secure online donation today.

Monthly Giving

For questions about monthly giving, please contact:
  Katie Olson
  Dev. Assistant/Monthly Giving Specialist

Stocks and Estate Plans

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

  Jamison Pals
  Development Associate/Grant Writer

Annual Report for fiscal year running March 1, 2013 - February 28, 2014.

Public Support & Revenue

Fiscal Year 2013-2014

Contributions $26,731,726
In Kind $15,228,236
Other Revenue $1,197,207
       Total Revenue $43,157,169



Program Services $38,151,666
Administration $1,682,767
Fundraising $1,348,231
       Total Expenses $41,182,664
Change in net assets $1,974,505
Net assets, beginning $5,304,713
Net assets, ending $7,279,218


View FMSC's 2013 Form 990.

View a full 2013-2014 audited report.

Dan Stennes-Rogness
Senior Director of Finance
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.