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Humanitarian Services

Since 1985, Humanitarian Services of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has provided aid regardless of cultural or religious boundaries. Emergency assistance is provided through the Humanitarian Aid Fund, and long-term aid is provided through major initiatives such as wheelchairs, clean water, food initiative, vision care, neonatal resuscitation training, immunization, and a variety of local area initiatives.

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Two tenets of humanitarian aid define Humanitarian Services: 1) One hundred percent of every dollar donated is used to help those in need without regard to race, religion, or ethnic origin, and 2) Humanitarian Services helps people attain self-sufficiency so they can be self-reliant long after LDS Charities departs.

In 2013, help was provided to nearly two million people in 132 countries. Currently we are receiving donations for:

More information is available at www.ldscharities.org


  • Bolivia award LDS Church's Humanitarian Efforts Honored in Bolivia

    La Paz’s Departmental Legislative Assembly recently honored the Church for its ongoing tradition of charitable service both in the city and across the entire Andean nation. The award lauded the Church and its members “as an institution and living example of valued humanitarian aid.”
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