FMSC Phoenix MobilePack Holiday Event – December 1 and 2, 2018

If you were with PVUMC in 2013, you may have participated in Feed My Starving Children’s 24-hour “Change the World” event at the Phoenix Convention Center. On April 13, 2013 PVUMC registered 312 volunteers to pack meals and pray over them before they were sent to the Philippines.

We documented the day on Tumblr. Click here to see the photos and read how we turned hunger into hope that day.

On July 25, 2015 we had another opportunity to participate in a PhoenixMobilePack event at the Convention Center and in 2016 and 2017, we participated in the Hope-Filled Holiday AZ Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) MobilePack Event in early December.

NOW, in 2018, we are a Bronze Sponsor of the Hope-filled Holiday event and we’re adding another day to help you give the gift of your time during this busy holiday season to provide hungry children with life-giving nutritious meals.

Register to Participate

To participate, please email Debbie Doran,, and include a contact name and number, as well as the names and emails of adults age 18 and older. If you are registering children, please just include their names and ages. Each person typically packs a total of 216 manna packs worth 22 cents each during a two-hour session. That’s about $50. If you can donate at the event, wonderful! A donation of $50 or more will help FMSC further its impact AND pay for the food you pack and they ship. Turn Hunger into Hope with Your Own Two Hands. The Missions Ministry Team has donated $800 of the $1000 cost of the Bronze Sponsorship, and we’re relying on participants to close the gap with their donations. Please note “PVUMC” on any donation you make to FMSC so the church can receive credit for the donation and we can thank you!

Watch this video to find out what to expect at a FMSC packing session:


“And the King will answer them, ‘Truly I tell you, just as you did to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did to me.”

Matthew 25:40


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