Mormon Helping Hands: Fix Up, Clean Up, Build It in California and Hawaii

by | May 03, 2012

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Thousands of Mormon Helping Hands volunteers painted, collected food, planted trees, cleaned and fixed up the states of California and Hawaii.

Mormon Helping Hands are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) anxious to make a difference by being good neighbors in beautifying their communities. Approximately 70,000 people participated in the daylong activity on Saturday, 28 April, and not all the volunteers were Latter-day Saints; 17,000 were people of other faiths. Volunteers donated 227,280 hours on 536 projects.

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