Bill and Mary Jane Journey

Frisco residents have big hearts, and with those big hearts come big opportunities to help others. Bill and Mary Jane Journey’s organization, The Big Pack Frisco, allows the community to do just that – help.

The Journeys have always loved the Frisco community’s ability to serve others, and were introduced to Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) in 2008 in Carrollton. “After five years of packing 100,000 meals each year, God put on our hearts to expand it into the Frisco community. In 2014, with a handful of like-minded people from our young families adult fellowship at church (and huge partnership and support from Stonebriar Community Church), The Big Pack Frisco was born. In February 2015, our goal was to open 3,700 volunteer spots to the community with a desire to pack 750,000 meals in two days.”

The Journeys and the organization have had a variety of school groups participate, ranging from whole grades to service groups and community clubs, athletic groups and both the young and old. The Journeys and the organization have continued to look for opportunities to grow their events and the impact of their work, as the need to feed starving, malnourished children around the world is enormous.

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