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How We Operate
Two ideas are at the core of the Humanitarian Services response:
- 100% of every dollar donated is used to help those in need—without regard to race, religion, or ethnic origin.
- Humanitarian Services helps people attain self-sufficiency so they can be self-reliant long after Humanitarian Services departs.
In 2017 Humanitarian Services worked in 139 countries and territories on 2,705 projects with over 1,800 partners to serve millions of people.
I Was Hungry and Ye Fed Me
Hunger affects the most vulnerable people in our world, people who cannot help themselves. Following the example of Christ, many people just like you donate to help the poor and needy of the world.
Suffer the Little Children
Each year, donations to Humanitarian Services, Church-owned schools, and other worthy causes help children to be healthy, happy, and prepared to work and serve in their respective communities.
Salvaging Education in the Slums of the Philippines
Thousands of children in the Philippines spend their childhood sifting through mountains of garbage seeking income selling recyclables. Education programs targeting these children are helping these children rise out of the dumps.
Getting Orphans Into the Right Van
Tens of thousands of abandoned children in the Philippines get snatched up and funneled through human trafficking. Orphanage organizations are working to find and protect these children, provide health care, and open doors to a better life.
Donors Provide Funding for Emergency Aid in 56 Countries in 2015
When we say that “the Church” is donating billions of dollars to humanitarian aid, we are really saying that donors – members and friends of the church – are donating billions of dollars. Thanks to all of you who continue to support this great work of blessing people’s lives at home and around the world.
Church Invites Assistance to Italy Earthquake Victims
All Mormon missionaries in Italy and all LDS Church members there are alive and well after a powerful earthquake killed at least 120 people in central Italy early Wednesday morning.