Humanitarian Efforts

The donation was made to Project HOPE, an international global health organization, and will focus on providing health, nutrition, training and equipment.

The donation will help fund humanitarian efforts focused on health, education and women.

From hot meals to medical equipment and food donations, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and JustServe are supporting communities in British Columbia, Quebec and Alberta.

The northern coast of the Pacific nation was hit with a 6.9 magnitude earthquake in areas already inundated with flooding.

The Church is supporting UNICEF’s efforts to eliminate deadly maternal and neonatal tetanus in Africa and the Middle East.

A host of Latter-day Saint teenagers came together for a JustServe community project — assembling more than 90 new beds and taking apart old ones — in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada, on May 11.

The Lexington Kentucky North Stake was recently honored by the governor for distributing over 222,000 pounds of nonperishable food in 2023.

The Church’s contributions are saving and improving the quality of the lives of women, children and migrants throughout the continent.

The most vulnerable will receive health, water and hygiene services in Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recognized the MyBaby4Me initiative as key to improving Black maternal health outcomes.