Latter-day Saint Charities Social Channel Name Changed to Caring.ChurchofJesusChrist
On December 15, 2022, Latter-day Saint Charities social media channels changed their handles from @LatterdaySaintCharities to @Caring.ChurchofJesusChrist
Church and UNICEF helping refugee children from South Sudan
A Fight to End the Silent Killer of Mothers and Newborns across South Sudan
In South Sudan, 91 percent of all pregnant women deliver in their homes without access to a skilled birth attendant.
How the Church Is Providing Vision Care for Individuals in West Africa
One of the many humanitarian initiatives of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is to provide vision care to individuals around the world.
A Brighter, Healthy, More Nutritious Future for Refugees
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has given USA for UNHCR US$2 million to provide shelter and core relief items to those displaced by the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine.
Family Displaced by Conflict in Ukraine: “We Left Everything and Just Ran for Our lives”
This article has been adapted for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with permission from the World Food Programme. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has given the World Food Programme US$2 million to help purchase food for those displaced by the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine.
How the Church Is Helping Refugees in Europe
Relief supplies — including sleeping bags, cots and tents — are being delivered to local government agencies, the Red Cross and other NGOs.
Our Healthcare Legacy
The Church’s legacy of caring for health needs continues today and is an integral part of Latter-day Saint Charities’ mission. We provide healthcare services through immunizations, maternal and newborn health, wheelchair assistance, and vision and hearing care initiatives.
Emergency Relief Efforts and Hope During COVID-19
Guidelines on Homemade Cloth Face Masks
Latter-Day Saint Charities Is Providing Relief Aid to Afghan Refugees. Here’s How You Can Help.
Working to Prevent Neglected Tropical Diseases in Nigeria Through the COVID-19 Crisis
Community of Sharing: Laie Hawaii Crops Farm
Deseret Industries: Creating Self-Reliant Futures
2 Billion COVID-19 Vaccinations Roll out to At-Risk Populations Church donation helps support UNICEF’s role in global effort
Emina's Garden: Planting Seeds of Self-Reliance
We Have a Charge to Take Care of This Marvelous Earth
Regaining Independence through the Gift of Sight
Helping Refugee and Immigrant Women Gain Economic Opportunity