Founded in 1987, FMSC is a Christian non-profit organization committed to feeding God's children hungry in body and spirit. Their approach is simple: volunteers hand-pack meals specially formulated for malnourished children, and they send them to partners around the world where they're used to nourish children at orphanages, schools, clinics and feeding programs to break the cycle of poverty. FMSC food has reached more than 70 countries in their history.
Donate or Volunteer at FMSC.org (group #1605-137AU).
Everyone under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult. The minimum age to volunteer is 5 years old. However, we recommend that groups of youth be 3rd grade and older.
Community Fellowship has been partnering for the past few years with the Chicago Eagles, through support of their missionaries as well as hosting a Soccer Camp over the summer. This summer we continue that, as we seek to live out our vision of relationally engaging our neighbor for the glory of God! www.chicagoeaglessoccer.com
You can find more information about the Soccer Camp, and how you can partner with us through volunteering, or supporting the camp financially through donations you can email
The Christmas Store is an opportunity for low-income families in our neighborhood to purchase several gifts for their children at a reduced price in a dignifying manner. Our desire is to preserve each family’s dignity by creating an opportunity that would allow them to select gifts, at a significant savings, that are appropriate and enjoyable for their children. This unique day honors the parents while offering a low-cost, supportive alternative to retail shopping. Gift donations can be made via our Amazon Wish List.
Neighborhood families receive a special invitation to the one day Christmas Store where they can purchase Christmas gifts at a savings of 75% off the retail price. Parents select several new gifts per child, which have been donated by people like you. Then, volunteers provide gift-wrapping while the parents enjoy Christmas music and refreshments.