All Hands On Hope Feed My Starving Children MobilePack™

MobilePackis Back!

Incarnation’s All Hands on Hope MobilePackTM event is back! After cancelling the 2020 event, and running a successful, safe Trial Event in April of 2021, Feed My Starving Children and Incarnation are ready to host Incarnation’s 14th MobilePack event this fall. The event will be held starting Thursday, October 28 through Monday, November 1. Multiple packing shifts will be available each day to pack meals for God’s kids. All shifts can currently accommodate volunteers unless indicated that they are full.

Thurs., Oct. 28 Fri., Oct. 29 Sat., Oct. 30 Sun., Oct. 31 Mon., Nov. 1
1:30-3pm Set Up 1-3pm Packing Shift 10am -12pm Packing Shift 12-2pm Packing Shift 10am -12pm Packing Shift (full)
4-6pm Packing Shift 4-6pm Packing Shift 1-3pm Packing Shift 3-5pm Packing Shift 1-3pm Packing Shift
7-9pm Packing Shift 7-9pm Packing Shift 4-6pm Packing Shift 4-6pm Packing Shift
6:30 – 8:30pm Clean Up/Tear Down (full)

Click Here to Register to Pack Meals in Groups of Up to Ten

Details on Volunteer Group Sizes:

Volunteers are organized around a single funnel pod that can accommodate up to 10 people.

  • If you register with significantly less than 10 people, you may be contacted by our volunteer coordinators to determine if you are comfortable packing with additional volunteers at your funnel. In order to maximize the number of meals packed, consider organizing a group with the most people possible; however, if you don’t have a large group or you are by yourself, don’t let that keep you from registering to pack! We need EVERYONE’s hands to pack the meals planned!
  • If your group size is larger than 10, you’ll simply be placed at more than one funnel, with effort made to place your group at funnels near each other.

Please place the names of the individuals of your entire group at the time you make your reservation. If you have questions about registering or your group size, contact Deb Rykken, Volunteer Coordinator, so she can assist you as needed.

At this time, masks will be required for volunteers serving at this event, regardless of vaccination status. Incarnation’s Reopening Task Force and FMSC will continue to monitor current health and safety guidelines to ensure the safety of staff, volunteers and the recipients of the meals.

Financial Goals

This year, Incarnation has pledged to raise $200,000. Of this, $150,000 will go directly toward funding the materials needed to pay for the 614,304 meals we hope to pack. The additional $50,000 will provide funds for machine packing since FMSC continues to use machine packing as a supplemental method for producing meals. This is especially important as recent natural disasters such as the earthquake in Haiti have created even more demand.

Check out the status of fundraising toward our financial goal here. To donate to the MobilePack, you can use any of the following methods:

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Commitment to Te Wouj, Haiti

Incarnation remains committed to supporting a Project Based Food Assistance initiative for the community of Te Wouj, Haiti; however what that will look like is not yet known. In the meantime, some meals are being received in Te Wouj and for that, we praise God! Please continue to pray for this community during these uncertain times. Stay updated on Te Wouj through Haiti Bible Mission’s Facebook page.

Read the FMSC blog posts which describe the launch of this PBFA in Te Wouj: “FMSC Expands Community-Led Program into Haiti” and “In Haiti: A Community ‘Risen from Death’.”

Feed My Starving Children MobilePack™ Events at Incarnation Since 2007

Incarnation has hosted over 27,000 volunteers over 13 All Hands on Hope Feed My Starving Children MobilePack™ events resulting in almost 7.5 million total meals packed over those events. Since the first packing session in 2007, Incarnation and the surrounding community looks forward to this meaningful and impactful tradition every spring.


Want to learn more or have a question about the All Hands On Hope FMSC MobilePack™ at Incarnation? Contact Becky Benson.