Latter-day Saint Charities mounted the largest response in its 35-year history to COVID-19 and the associated food crisis.
Humanitarian donations and assistance in Quebec stakes are part of the global mission of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Because of the sacred nature of Latter-day Saint funds, the management of Church finances occurs at the highest levels of Church leadership.
“We take seriously the responsibility to care for the tithes and donations received from members.” (The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
Latter-day Saint Charities provides grants to refugee resettlement agencies.
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.
“Is there any better way to spend a Saturday than volunteering with your parents and grandparents?” Annette Christie
“There are no words to describe how grateful we are. Thank you and God bless.” wrote one of the homeowners in Dunrobin.
“That is really why we come out on missions—to help people and just love God’s children.”
To renounce the world means to give up your attachment to the world. It does not mean that you have to separate yourself from it.” - Dalai Lama
A special feeling of helping those less fortunate was felt through group service