Celebrating 10 years of the Perpetual Education Fund

When Omar Perez returned home to Guatemala from his mission to San Jose, Costa Rica, in 2001, he knew he needed to begin working and started to look for employment. He did not have a college degree or vocational skill and because of that, he was very limited in job options. Read More

Perpetual Education Fund is making a difference

Elder John K. Carmack, an emeritus Seventy and executive director of the Perpetual Education Fund, told the Salt Lake City chapter of the BYU Management Society on Sept. 10 the PEF has now helped more than 38,000 Latter-day Saints in 42 countries since 2001. Read More

Perpetual Education Fund helps 5,360

In the 18 months since President Gordon B. Hinckley announced the need to help educate young men and women in less advantaged countries, the Church has issued 5,360 loans through its Perpetual Education Fund. Read More

Perpetual Education Fund

Elder Richard E. Cook, formerly of the Seventy and current financial director of the Perpetual Education Fund, talked about the importance of the Perpetual Education Fund at the BYU-Idaho devotional Tuesday. Read More