This was an email recently sent out by Feed My Starving Children. In trying to get it linked here, I lost the formatting and pretty designs. However, here is a link to the brochure that is similar...
Where will your box turn hunger into hope?
Dear Friend of FMSC,
MannaPack™ meals from Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) do a lot more than keep children alive in harsh living conditions. In 67 countries, our food powerfully enables people to get ahead. It’s a hand up, not a hand out.
•Hundreds of mission schools depend on our food to nourish students so they can concentrate on getting a solid education for a brighter future.
•Thousands of orphanages count on our food to create loving, stable homes for a new generation of leaders.
•Christian and humanitarian agencies supply FMSC food to communities so families can pool limited dollars for income-producing businesses and eventually purchase their own food.
And something else is quietly happening.
When FMSC can’t meet a need, we introduce others who can—agencies that pitch in with clean water wells, agriculture, and micro-enterprises. Together, we’re building self-sufficient communities.
FMSC food gives people purpose and strength. And with God’s love packed along in the boxes you send, strong people can accomplish anything.
If you volunteered with us, it’s likely that you packed a full box of 216 meals. Will you provide a gift to cover the cost of those meals and give a community a hand up today?
Please prayerfully consider how you can help turn hunger into hope.
•Text "Manna" to 50555 - You can donate $10—enough to provide 48 meals—immediately via text message. (Msg & Data Rates May Apply. Full terms: www.mGive.org/T)
•Give a one-time gift - Contribute online via your credit card.
•Commit to monthly support - Become a Monthly Manna donor via your credit card or bank account.
We’re One of “10 Highly Rated Charities Relying on Private Contributions”
“…more than 95% of FMSC’s total revenue comes from private contributions, which makes the efficiency of their fundraising all the more impressive.” Charity Navigator website