Tag Archives: Feed My Starving Children

Minnesota School of Business-Lakeville Helps Feed 65 Children for a Year

Minnesota School of Business (MSB) strongly believes in providing the “We Care” mentality when working with students and the community to build lasting relationships. One way in which MSB and Globe University give back to the communities is by a company-wide community service day. For community service day, MSB-Lakeville’s staff and faculty spent the afternoon
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An Unforgettable Cultural Experience: MSB Staff Attend FMSC National Gala

Do you consider yourself a philanthropist? Have you taken the opportunity to give back to your community and those in need? Have you wondered what you can do to help both locally and globally? Recently, staff and faculty from Minnesota School of Business-Elk River were fortunate enough to attend the 2013 Feed My Starving Children (FMSC)
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Feeding Children Around the World: Our Partnership Continues

The importance of giving back to our local, national and even global community is something Minnesota School of Business-Lakeville practices year-round. The Lakeville campus has several community partnerships with local nonprofits and other community organizations that allow our students to assist in important philanthropic efforts and, through applied learning projects, learn skills relevant to their
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What Giving Back Means: Student Helps Feed Hungry Children Around the Globe

Each quarter, students in Jay Moore’s Global Citizenship class at Minnesota School of Business-Shakopee learn valuable lessons about the importance of giving back. To reinforce that learning, they go out intotheir local community to directly aid in charitable causes of their choice. Dan Wilkie, a sales and marketing degree student, focused his efforts on volunteering
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Students Do Their Part to Help Feed the World

For Derrick Isaacson, Francisco Moran and Julia Simons, all students in Jay Moore’s Global Citizenship class at Minnesota School of Business-Shakopee, helping others was at the forefront of their minds during fall quarter 2012. The students spent the quarter working with Feed My Starving Children, a nonprofit organization that provides hand-packed meals formulated for malnourished
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The Power of Two Hours

On a sunny afternoon on Friday, June 1 Global Citizenship students sacrificed their time to participate in a food packing event at Feed My Starving Children in Eagan. Usually participants pack an average of one box per person, but with the tunes cranked and the help of other volunteers, they nearly doubled the amount of
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The Power of a Few Hours

The Winter 2012 Global Citizenship classes participated in two service learning projects this quarter. First, the class went to Feed My Starving Children in Eagan. Fourteen students joined other volunteers and packed over 16,000 meals for malnourished children in Jamaica. The students also learned more about the mission of Feed My Starving Children and the
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Feed My Starving Children-12,312 nutritious meals packed in one day

Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is a compelling name for a non-profit organization. It was founded in 1987 by a Christian, Minnesotan businessman who “felt called by God to help feed the starving children of the world during a humanitarian visit to Honduras.” (www.fmsc.org) When he returned to Minneapolis, he developed a method of packaging food
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