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Mormons Provide Community Relief Worldwide

Latter-day Saints work with their neighbors of other faiths cleaning up, fixing up and brightening up their communities. Mormon Helping Hands, in their familiar yellow shirts or vests, try to follow the Savior by giving service to those who need help. They’re often seen in their communities doing many things, including assisting in the distribution of Church humanitarian relief after a major disaster, restoring buildings and filling food pantries.

Below are recent examples of Latter-day Saint involvement throughout the world.

Indonesian Water Project Brings Clean Water to 28,000 Villagers (12-7-11)

Wheelchair Project Benefits Young and Old (12-7-11)

Church Expands Donations to Japan (11/16/11)

Update on Church Response to Thailand Flooding (11/15/11)

Church Aids Thailand as Monsoon Flooding Displaces Millions (10/27/11)

Church Partnering to Help East Africa Drought Victims (10/26/11)

Back-to-Back Typhoons Hit Philippines, Church Helps With Life-Sustaining Supplies (10/7/11)

Mormons in the Northwest United States and Canada Pitch In to Help Communities (9/22/11)

Mormon Helping Hands Clean and Comfort (9/21/11)

Mormon Helping Hands Paint, Garden and Clean in the UK (9/9/11)

Hurricane Irene Cleanup Update (9/9/11)

Africa Mormon Helping Hands Celebrate Five Years by Volunteering (8/31/11)

Mormons and Provo United Church of Christ Join to Spruce Up Century-Old Chapel (8/29/11)

Mormon Helping Hands Find Joy in Beautifying Brazil (8/5/11)

Mormon Volunteers From Winnipeg Sacrifice to Repair Flood-Damaged Homes (7/29/11)

Mormon Helping Hands Pitch In to Aid Neighbors in Tornado-Ravaged Southern U.S. (5/6/11)

Thousands of Mormon Volunteers Lend a Hand in California and Hawaii (5/3/2011)

Latter-day Saints Help With Cleanup After Tornadoes Hit Southern United States (4/18/11)

Day of Service in South Florida (4/13/2011)

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