The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a charitable organization, with a robust humanitarian aid program run largely by volunteers and a firm doctrinal foundation that celebrates and encourages giving to the poor.
Church members can contribute financially in serval ways, one of which is by giving to the Church’s humanitarian aid program. One hundred percent of every donation given to the Church’s Humanitarian Services go directly to those in need. The Church absorbs all of its own overhead and administrative costs.
But what do those dollars actually do? Emergency responses get media attention, but there are other, less visible initiatives in the works all the time. Here are six you might want to know about (and consider donating to):
1. Neonatal resuscitation training