Latter-day Saint Life

Prince Charles Recognizes LDS Charities at Roundtable on Religious Persecution


Prince Charles recognized LDS Charities and the AMAR International Charitable Foundation for their contributions to healthcare in the Middle East during an event on Wednesday in London.

Prince Charles hosted a roundtable discussion on religious persecution with a group of charities to commemorate a 25th anniversary celebration for AMAR at the Lancaster House in London, England, according to a news release issued by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

LDS Charities director Sharon Eubank participated in the roundtable discussion with Prince Charles, AMAR founder Baroness Emma Nicholson, other faith leaders Lord Ahmad, the British prime minister’s special representative on preventing sexual violence in conflict. LDS Charities is the humanitarian service arm of the LDS Church.

Lead image from Deseret News. 
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