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JustServe website and app by the numbers — projects, volunteers, organizations and countries

Table in front of glass doors and next to a brick wall  with 12 medium stuffed animals, including tan bear, pink bear, white puppy, black and white panda, monkey, two of Clifford the Big Red Dog, lamb, white unicorn with a gold horn, and a multicolored bear. Big sign hanging from the table with JustServe in orange letters with blue logo of a circle around a heart. A poster on the table advertises the stuffed animal drive.

A table advertises the JustServe website and app while holding stuffed animals collected throughout San Diego and Orange Counties in California on Oct. 23, 2021.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints


JustServe is a website and app connecting volunteers with organizations looking for help. The groups include nonprofit, government, religious, community, educational and charitable organizations with needs to fill. In 2021, 2,500 new organizations registered with JustServe.

In the past 10 years: More than  660,000 volunteers registered; more than 130,000 projects; and 13,500 nonprofit, government, religious and community organizations posted projects.

How JustServe has grown in the past 10 years with statistics from “Caring for Those in Need,” 2021 annual report of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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Throughout 2021, Latter-day Saints and their neighbors spent countless hours volunteering through JustServe.org — engaging in community service and ministering in their own communities through projects large and small. Also, 62,000 new local community volunteers registered, and 21,500 new projects were created.

Some of those projects covered by the Church News for 2021 included connecting with Syrian refugees, collecting stuffed animals for charity, organizing birthday supplies for foster children, buying new toys for kids in need, gathering winter clothing for homeless families, making Christmas ornaments for flood victims, cleaning up around communities, assembling meals, delivering valentines, tying quilts and a National Day of Service and Remembrance.

Where

For projects and volunteers, in differing stages in the following countries and territories: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Spain, Portugal, France, Hungary, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Argentina. Will soon be released in Chile.

Projects in those countries could be providing service for people anywhere in the world.

Logos of JustServe in five languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, French and Hungarian. In 2021, 62,000 new local community volunteers registered; 21,500 new projects created; 2,500 new organizations registered.

Statistics from the about JustServe from “Caring for Those in Need,” 2021 annual report of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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Some examples in 2021

• Beaverton, Oregon: Church members and the Bilal Masjid Mosque collected more than 500 pounds of trash as part of city beautification. Read more about their experience.

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Participants collected between 500 and 600 pounds of trash on the first interfaith trash pickup day around Portland, Oregon, on Sept. 18, 2021. Here are members of the Aloha 1st Ward in the Beaverton Oregon West Stake with Bilal Masjid Mosque.

Steve Rallison

• Layton, Utah: A local Relief Society leader coordinated with the St. Mary Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church of Utah to serve together on the 9/11 day of service. See how it began.

• Schaumburg, Illinois: 356 volunteers from multiple faiths packed 85,538 meals. The effort will feed 234 children in Haiti and the Philippines for an entire year. Find out how they set up an approved food processing facility in a meetinghouse.

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