Mormon Helping Hands

Mormon Helping Hands

Units of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Uganda are engaged in a series of service projects dubbed "Mormon Helping Hands. This is in a way to improve hygiene in the community and add appreciation for nature.

News Release

In line with the teachings of the Saviour to Serve one another, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints has embarked on a series of service projects commonly dubbed "Mormon Helping Hands" accross the country.

 

As part of this project, each of the 27 units of the Church in the country identify an area of need. Then, they plan and execute an activity, hand in hand with members of the community to bring about cleanliness and a greater sense of appreciation for nature citizens have been blessed with.

Projects include cleaning police redential areas, market areas, ophanages, water catchment and collection centers, hospitals and many others.

So far at least 10 of the 27 units have completed their tasks witht the rest expected to complete theirs by the close of August 2017.

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