- It's no surprise that eating is important, but have you seen it transform someone? This is dramatic: http://t.co/xXun4B6Slr 11 hours ago
- RT @blakedawg7: We are so happy we packed 255,672 meals today! 😜👍 @brittanyoaks breezyanne7 @fmsc_org journeymb… http://t.co/OuEWJlnbTA 1 day ago
- RT @BreanneOaks: Lookin like lunch ladies! @brittanyoaks @blakedawg7 @fmsc_org journeymb #journeyoffaith #thumbsup… http://t.co/6DnJuOk8PW 1 day ago
- Check out all the MobilePack events coming up: http://t.co/9aEbamIFa7 1 day ago
- RT @sevenly: We just got back from a @fmsc_org mobile meal packing event. What do you think... don't we look great in hairnets? http://t.co… 2 days ago
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For the third summer in a row, Jack Corcoran invited friends and family to help him raise support for FMSC by doing something he loves: basketball.
Did you know that having your basic necessities taken care of is the simplest, yet deepest, means of knowing you are loved? It’s true. When we have a roof over our heads and food in our bellies, it offers a sense of security. In the developing world, this can lead to the most meaningful thing of all: hope.
Do you remember the excitement of building a fort as a kid? The challenge of creating a design and the pride in finally seeing your masterpiece come to life? Last summer I was transported back to my youth while visiting an orphanage in Haiti. This trip was especially exciting because our partners had received a shipment of FMSC food just a few months before our arrival.
Amy is a team leader for Feed My Starving Children, leading volunteers through packing at our Aurora and Schaumburg, IL sites. (Say hi to Amy here.)
Have you ever been caught up in the details and technicalities of life, only to be swept away by encouragement and a reality check that catches you by surprise? It’s so easy to get wrapped up in the stuff and forget about the why.