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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 14 May 2013 | Group NewsIn her young life, Irina Kabdygaliyeva has lived in three countries, learned to speak three languages and stood at the confluence of major events in Church history in Eastern Europe. Despite being...
posted on 14 May 2013 | Group NewsIt's amazing how many young people at LDS Business College say, "I don't know why I'm here." They think they came because we are small and have the Church influence. These qualities may have...
posted on 10 May 2013 | Group NewsIn a continued effort to help Haitians following the 2010 earthquake, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and friends are planting 400,000 trees in Haiti, with nearly 25,000 planted on 1...
posted on 10 May 2013 | Group NewsSpencer Cahoon is the kind of leader who cares. "I chose to study nursing because I wanted a field with a lot of opportunities to serve," he says. After graduating later this year, he plans to pursue...
posted on 10 May 2013 | Group News"You saved my life by helping me develop my talents," says Mo Lee, a soon-to-be graduate who benefited from donations made to scholarships and mentoring. "Without your help I might not have even made...
Other news from LDS Philanthropies
posted on 10 May 2013 | Group NewsSara Ehlert enjoys learning how and why things work, so she chose to study electrical engineering and mathematics at BYU. "I was interested in the unique experiences that BYU offers, like religion...
posted on 10 May 2013 | Group NewsBrady Hodges will graduate later this year, having studied business management and Chinese. "I have a passion for studying behaviors, cultures, and languages - anything that involves understanding...
posted on 29 Apr 2013 | Group NewsBYU-HAWAII student Maklen Kapalu is from Vanuatu. Her country isn't well known, even here on this culturally diverse BYU-Hawaii campus. Though the university's students come from more than 70...
posted on 25 Apr 2013 | Group NewsLDS Business College awarded 549 degrees to 335 students during graduation ceremonies in the Tabernacle on Temple Square on April 12.
posted on 5 Apr 2013 | Group NewsIt has been years since members of the F. Y. and Anna Fox Society sat in a classroom. But young at heart and believers in the work of LDS Business College (LDSBC), about a dozen members of the...
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