February 7, 2019

Four Reasons You Should Consider Volunteering for FMSC

Reason #1: Most of us like to be a part of something that really matters!

Many of the fastest growing companies today are companies that are also tied to “making a difference.” Warby Parker, an online eyeglass provider, is making a difference by providing affordable eyewear, and gives away a pair of glasses with every pair purchased. They are making a difference to the 1 billion (yes, billion) people who don’t have access to affordable eye care.

Providing a pair of glasses, or a pair of shoes (TOMs) is a wonderful thing, but there is no question these actions are secondary to feeding starving children. These children need you! They REALLY MATTER!  

Reason #2: It all starts with food!
FMSC partners their food distribution efforts with a collection of like-minded organizations that provide expertise in accessible safe water, agriculture, spiritual development, medical care, education, and more. By volunteering with FMSC you play a part in breaking the cycle of poverty.
Reason #3: It is an incredible investment!
I like getting a good return on my investments. Where else can you invest 25 cents and provide something as significant as a nutritious meal that can literally save the life of a young child? More than likely, if you volunteer, you will consider a donation to help pay for the meals we pack as well. 99% of all meals from FMSC reach their intended destination. There are many great places to invest your money, but it would be hard to find one better than FMSC.
See, I told you, it is an INCREDIBLE INVESTMENT!
Reason #4: Volunteering with FMSC is FUN!
Where else can you do something that matters, partner with organizations that are breaking the cycle of poverty, make such a wise investment, and do all that with people who are having a blast serving together?  
Over the past several years our Mobile Pack events have packed over 374,000 meals to feed starving children around the world. Our meals have made a difference in the lives of children in Nicaragua, Honduras, and Grenada. Please join us on March 1st or 2nd to continue our impact!

Sign up to volunteer or donate here. 


Whatever it Takes,