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Are You Prepared?

A 72-Hour Kit is a personal kit containing essential supplies that should help a person survive for at least three days (72 hours) during a disaster. Experience has shown that it usually takes about three days before government and other institutions are able to provide rescue and relief efforts to disaster victims.

Typhoon Mangkhut (Local Name Ompong) Strikes the Philippines

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has issued the following statement regarding Typhoon Mangkhut (Ompong).

Las Piñas Stake (Diocese) Teaches Family History to Over 200 DFAMC Students

Masarap malaman ang kwento ng iyong kanunu-nunuan (It’s good to know the life stories of your ancestors). This enables us to build a strong foundation for the families of our nation. These words uttered by Pastor Jun Matundan summarized the sentiments of more than 200 students from Dr. Filemon Aguilar Memorial College ( DFAMC ) who attended the Family History Orientation sponsored by the Las Pinas Stake (Diocese) of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

LDS Charities Donates 2,100 School Kits in Siargao

2,100 school kits were provided to junior and senior high school students in the municipality of Del Carmen, Siargao

First Volume of 'Saints' Now Available

The first volume of a new set of books about key events in the early history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be available to the public beginning Tuesday, September 4, 2018.

Latter-day Saint Missionary Assignments Go Online

Young men, young women and senior couples preparing to serve as full-time missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are getting a quicker, more convenient way to open their mission calls

684 Volunteers Help Collect Valuable Genealogical Information

More than 680 Mormon Helping Hands (MHH) volunteers arrived at Bolonsiri Public Cemetery, 5:00 in the morning, to participate in a Cemetery Documentation Service Project. At the end of the day, a total of 345 headstone images were uploaded to the BillionGraves app.

LDS Charities Turns Over Wheelchairs to SOWs 

Thirty (30) soldiers with disabilities (SOWs) will now be able to improve their mobility due to the assistive devices provided by LDS Charities.

90 St. Paul Students Visit MTC, Tour Temple Grounds

As part of a Cultural Literacy course on World Religions, students from St. Paul College Pasig toured the Church's Manila Missionary Training Center and the temple grounds. 

LDS Charities Turns Over Library Materials to Mandaue City Central School

LDS Charities (LDSC) turned over library materials worth over one million pesos to the Mandaue City Central School in Cebu. Approximately 4,000 students will benefit from the upgrade.