The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints continues to help people around the world affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Church has recently reached out to poor students in Spain who can’t afford to buy iPads for their online learning due to the situations derived by COVID-19.

The humanitarian arm of the Church, Latter-day Saint Charities, donated 250 iPads to the Education Service of the City of Terrassa which will be distributed to students who need them most.

Currently, the Church is carrying out more than 110 COVID-19 related aid projects in 57 countries. The humanitarian projects were made possible thanks to the generous donations given by members of the Church which are being benefited by anyone in need regardless of their religious affiliation.

All these humanitarian work is part of the Church’s long-standing commitment to serving the needy, promoting volunteering, and inspiring self-sufficiency in 197 countries. The program has been carried out since 1985.

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Romrik Flores is a writer for Moroni Channel. He studied Humanities and Social Sciences in High School at the Lyceum of the Philippines University and is passionate about business, economics, law, and theology. He graduated with one of the highest grades in the University and had written several research papers about human psychology and addictions. He was serving a mission in Japan when it was abruptly paused due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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