Sportech, Inc. and hundreds of community members will work to feed thousands of starving children in the developing world.
April 21, 2016
Sportech, Inc. is excited to partner with Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) to put on a MobilePack event Thursday, May 5th in Elk River, Min. Upwards of 100,000 meals will be packed over an eight-hour period by Elk River community members, area small businesses, churches and students. The community is encouraged to volunteer, with 500 packers needed to reach the 100,000-meal goal. Volunteers can sign up for two-hour time slots.
The MobilePack event will be held at the Carlson Motorsports headquarters in Elk River, located on the ERX Motorpark premises just north of Elk River off of highway 169: 21591 US HWY 169, Elk River, MN 55330
Community members can also support this MobilePack by making a donation. To register as a volunteer or donate, click here. For general event information, visit fmsc.org/MobilePack. The volunteer time slots are as follows:
Wednesday, May 4
3-5pm (set up)
Thursday, May 5
3-5pm (clean up)
About Feed My Starving Children
A Christian non-profit founded in 1987, Feed My Starving Children tackles world hunger by sending volunteer-packed, nutritious meals to 70 countries, where they’re used to operate orphanages, schools, clinics and feeding programs to break the cycle of poverty. Last year, FMSC welcomed nearly 900,000 volunteers to pack more than 229 million meals. The Minnesota-based charity spends 92% of total donations directly on feeding the hungry and has earned the highest four-star rating from Charity Navigator for ten consecutive years.
About FMSC MobilePack
MobilePack events enable children and adults across the United States to pack FMSC’s life-giving MannaPack™ meals. Churches, businesses, community groups and schools in more than 35 states have hosted these food-packing events as a way to foster teamwork and unity, while making a real difference in the fight to prevent and reverse malnutrition. FMSC provides guidance and logistics. Local donors and volunteers provide funds and labor to pack the meals.