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LDS Philanthropies serves as the central coordinating agency for all donations to the Church or one of its institutions—beyond tithing and fast offerings—with the goal of helping members and friends of the Church meet the needs of people worldwide. This is accomplished by focusing on those priorities selected and approved by the leaders of the Church and its institutions.
LDS Philanthropies Features
posted on 13 Jan 2015 | Group NewsVideo: Hailing from Australia, Raife Campbell came to BYU-Hawaii unsure of how an education at a Church school would change his life, but in Hawaii he discovered unknown skills and honed traits he...
posted on 8 Dec 2014 | Group NewsPatrick Taufa, a native of Nuku'alofa, Tonga, dreamed of attending BYU-Hawaii ever since he was a child. Thanks to the university's I-WORK program, Patrick, an Information Systems major,...
posted on 8 Dec 2014 | Group NewsVideo: Celebrate Christmas this year with BYU-Hawaii and their choir singing "Angels We Have Heard On High."
posted on 20 Nov 2014 | Group NewsHOW YOU - PLUS A NEW 1:1 MATCH - EQUALS STUDENT INNOVATION AT BYU.
posted on 20 Nov 2014 | Group NewsJone Temo was thrilled to come to BYU-Hawaii as a student. He had looked forward to attending for many years. Jone thought coming to Laie to earn a college degree was out of reach. But with faith,...
Other news from LDS Philanthropies
posted on 28 Oct 2014 | Group NewsBecause of I-WORK Nelson Thunot was able to attend BYU-Hawaii where a friendship blossomed into marriage and where he discovered his place in life.
posted on 22 Sep 2014 | Group NewsLa 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.
posted on 10 Jun 2014 | Group NewsWhen foster children in Romania needed computers, a graduate of LDS Business College turned to her alma mater, which then turned to another alum.
posted on 10 Jun 2014 | Group NewsCouple plans to use their educational skills to bless the lives of others… at home and in the classroom.
posted on 10 Jun 2014 | Group NewsWhat happens when the parents of five children both realize their education is insufficient? Can they drop everything and go back to school?
LDS Philanthropies is a department of the Office of the Presiding Bishopric responsible for philanthropic donations to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its affiliated charities including:
100 percent of all donations go to help those in need. No administrative costs are deducted by LDS Philanthropies or our affiliated charities. For more information about us, view our history or visit our Contact Us page.
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