INFOGRAPHICS: LDS Charities Programs

INFOGRAPHICS: LDS Charities Programs

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Food Production and Nutrition Program

Mormons strive to follow the example of Jesus Christ by ministering to others in time of need. Discover how food production and nutrition programs of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints provide opportunities for work and service. It's not a handout — it's a hand up.

Clean Water Program

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints believes all communities should have fresh drinking water free from contamination, which is why it helps fund clean water initiatives around the world. Learn what the Church asks of communities to keep the clean water flowing. 

Immunization Program

Since 2003, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has partnered with organizations to help reduce childhood mortality through continued efforts to eradicate infectious diseases. Find out how the Church's vaccination efforts are making a difference.

Maternal and Newborn Care Program 

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints provides neonatal resuscitation training around the world. Learn how this remarkable program remains self-sustaining, the number of newborn lives that are saved and how the efforts are breathing new life into communities across the globe.

Vision Program

Like all of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' humanitarian services, vision care is structured to foster self-sufficiency in the medical communities and the patients being helped. Learn how nearly 500,000 people in 50 countries now have a new look at life.

Wheelchair Program

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints partners with local organizations around the world to provide wheelchairs for the disabled. See what skills recipients are taught that promote self-sufficiency and keep their new set of wheels rolling. 

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