Friday & Saturday, Feb 22nd & 23rd, Cal Poly students and faculty will come together in 90 minute shifts to package over 200,000 meals. We’d love to have you join us.
You can sign up to participate here.
Feed My Starving Children is a non-profit Christian organization committed to fighting global hunger through “feeding God’s starving children hungry in body and spirit.” The approach is simple: students, adults and kids hand-pack meals formulated specially for starving children, which are shipped to nearly 70 countries around the world.
In November 2011, a similar event was held. This short clip does an outstanding job explaining what the event is all about:
OK, plenty of students, but what about adults? Here’s a 30 clip with some thoughts from our friend Deborah from Arroyo Grande, who came with her kids:
We hope you’ll consider participating, and inviting your students – or a colleague – to consider joining you. If you have kids (ages 8 and older) they can participate as well.
To help cover the cost of the event, participants are being asked to consider making a $25 donation, covering the cost of what they’ll actually be packaging – enough to feed a child for nearly four months.