Thursday, December 2, 2010

Cheerleaders Help Feed the World

Before Thanksgiving, I had the pleasure of going to Aurora, Illinois to help the Barrington High School cheerleaders prepare and pack powdered vegetable mix at one of the Feed My Starving Children facilities. My daughter, Katie is on the Junior Varsity squad, and the coaches needed an extra mom to drive.  What an experience!  Feed My Starving Children really provides a hands-on opportunity to make a tangible difference in the lives of children around the world.  Each day over 18,000 children die from starvation! A bag of FMSC vegetable mix that costs only 19 cents will serve a child nutritious meals for six days.   As you can see from this “Flip Clip”, the girls had a great time with this project.

Coach Meehan (Varsity) and Coach Milne (JV) were thrilled that the cheerleaders put so much enthusiastic effort into such a worthwhile endeavor.  Listen to their comments about the importance of  volunteer work. They both have a heart for charity. 

Learn how you can make a difference in the world, too. Plan a party or celebration and bring along some friends to Feed My Starving Children.  

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