Minneapolis, Minnesota (PRWEB) December 12, 2014
This year, nonprofit hunger-relief organization Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is expanding their list of international holiday gifts available at their online store. Many of these gifts are hand-made by artisans in the communities FMSC serves. Each item purchased funds meals specifically formulated to help malnourished children in more than 70 countries. Every meal FMSC produces costs 22 cents, and each gift truly makes an impact.
This year’s gifts from Feed My Starving Children include:
- $14 Haitian Metal Holiday Ornaments – Provides 32 meals per ornament
- $12 Hand-made Bird Whistles from Nicaragua – Provides 27 meals
- $15 Nicaraguan Coffee – Provides 23 meals
- $26 Hand-woven Ugandan Grass Basket – Provides 45 meals
- $30 Hand-carved Wooden Puzzle from Nicaragua – Provides 45 meals
- $26 Hand-woven Guatemalan Scarf – Provides 45 meals
- $50 Haitian Holiday Metal Wall Hanging – Provides 118 meals
- $50 Haitian Coconut Nativity – Provides 95 meals
- $80 Hand-blown Glass Ornament – Feeds a child for a year
- $80 Hand-crafted Paisley Heart Necklace – Feeds a child for a year
- $100 Hand-crafted Love Cuff Bracelet – Feeds a family for two months
See photos of the gifts here.
Shop online at http://www.fmscMarketPlace.org or at Feed My Starving Children meal-packing sites in Arizona, Illinois and Minnesota. To ensure delivery by Christmas, shoppers can order gift items through Monday, December 15.
About Feed My Starving Children
A Christian non-profit founded in 1987, Feed My Starving Children tackles world hunger by sending volunteer-packed, nutritious meals to more than 70 countries, where they're used to operate orphanages, schools, clinics and other building blocks of healthy communities. Last year, FMSC produced more than 191.6 million meals at seven sites and through a nationwide MobilePack program. The Minnesota-based charity has earned the highest four-star rating from Charity Navigator for nine consecutive years placing FMSC in the top 1% of ranked charities.