“Perhaps now, more than ever, there is a need for good people of all faiths to come together to strengthen our communities.” (Jean B. Bingham)
Latter-day Saint Charities mounted the largest response in its 35-year history to COVID-19 and the associated food crisis.
Rob Cosman launched the Purple Heart Project in 2015 to help wounded veterans.
Families continually need to seek to be united in their love of one another and help others—especially those less fortunate—in the communities where they live.
Through our individual efforts and ongoing social media support from ward, stake, and Church leaders, we have been able not only to continue to hallow the Sabbath day but also to draw closer as a couple as we worship in our home.
Humanitarian donations and assistance in Quebec stakes are part of the global mission of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
We felt like a good place to start the JustServe program in our community was looking for ways to assist with the settlement of new permanent residents and refugees.
“This is how we connect with the people. We serve, eat, sing, and dance with and for each other.” (President Stephen A. Keung)
Linda lives to show love for others through service.
Changes to the Church’s missionary programs will expand service opportunities for worthy young adults who desire to serve a mission.
One of seven semi trucks was filled with food during the Edmonton Food Drive co-ordinated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Youth Leadership Conference attendees in Ontario celebrate at the conclusion of assembling over 13,000 pre-packaged meals for local Ontario food banks.