Latter Day Saints Church honour their pledge to help

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DONATION: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints donates food to Samoa Victim Support Group.

DONATION: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints donates food to Samoa Victim Support Group.

The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints throughout Upolu and Savai’i is continuing to support the Church’s pledge, to assist Samoa Victim Support Group (S.V.S.G.) with the daily necessities of the abused children under its care.

The latest donation of food supplies was received from the Upolu Samoa East Stake from Aleipata last week.  Presenting the donation were Stake President Sanele Su’a and Bishop Tusi Toilolo, accompanied by the elderly in the Stake, including Iakopo Ofoalii Kolose, Leoo Masefau, Soo Su’a, Leota Su’a and many others.

Seeing these leaders and the elderly carrying bags of rice, boxes of noodles, bags of taro and banana as part of their contribution towards caring for the abused children, was humbling.

DONATION: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints donates food to Samoa Victim Support Group.
DONATION: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints donates food to Samoa Victim Support Group.
DONATION: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints donates food to Samoa Victim Support Group.
DONATION: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints donates food to Samoa Victim Support Group.

And the donation came at just the right time as Campus was running short of stable food supplies such as taro and banana for the children’s meals.

S.V.S.G. President Siliniu Lina Chang was at the Campus of Hope to receive the donation and to acknowledge the hearts of the Church leaders and the individual families in the Upolu Samoa East Stake of Aleipata, for sparing their families food supplies, to give for the abused children.

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