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Feed My Starving Children seeks more volunteers

WORTHINGTON -- The Feed My Starving Children mobile pack in Worthington is planned April 1. Thus far, the community has raised $23,957.88. This exceeds the initial goal, enabling the community to pack more meals and also to add more packing spots...

WORTHINGTON - The Feed My Starving Children mobile pack in Worthington is planned April 1. Thus far, the community has raised $23,957.88. This exceeds the initial goal, enabling the community to pack more meals and also to add more packing spots to the event.

At this point the packing goal has increased by roughly 7,800 meals and the donation goal by $1,711, making the new goal roughly $25,600. This results in 25 more volunteer spots being added to the Friday night packing session and five to each of the Saturday sessions. If the donations exceed that amount, more spots will be added.

Both donations and registration to pack meals may be made at: https://give.fmsc.org/Worthington . Mail-in donations may be sent to Tammy Koller at American Lutheran Church, 915 Winifred St., Worthington 56187. Checks should be made out to FMSC.

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