Feed My Starving Children

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  • Paul

    I'm glad they posted this. We were there and the volume level and excitement in the room was to such an extent that apparently they couldn't use a lot of the live video they wanted to. They kept trying to have us be quiet for the filming but the process itself is kind of a noisy one. It was great fun and such a wonderful cause. I hope the viewers understand that there are new volunteers there every day, not the same group. So, get together with a bunch of friends or co-workers and go over there and serve! You'll love it. You do have to book in advance though so that no one wastes their time showing up when they don't have room for them to serve. Call in advance but volunteer – and give!

  • Alice

    This is a wonderful organization, there is also a location in Schaumburg. There's a short video to watch when you volunteer and to see how these children change in just 30 days of being feed the Mana Packs is transformative. They don't even look like the same children!

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