Resources

Volunteers

Volunteers should contact a local project organizer. Search for a project near you by using the map or search function on the right.

Community Leaders

State, county, city and local community leaders should direct project inquiries to local project planners, or they may also contact local leaders or public affairs representatives of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Follow this link to the Contact Us page to learn more.

Have an idea of suggestion for 2014? Submit it here.

Church Members

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints can learn more about the Mormon Helping Hands program by visiting the Helping Hands page at LDS.org. Visit your stake’s Facebook Event page or contact your local stake and ward Helping Hands representatives for further assistance. Stake leaders can purchase Mormon Helping Hands vests and t-shirts from Distribution Services. For more assistance, email help@mhhhawaii.org.

LDS Public Affairs

Resources for Public Affairs representatives of the Church can be found at publicaffairs.lds.org.

Church Social Media Specialists

Stake social media specialists who wish to add their stake’s project(s) to this website should go to this page (this will redirect you to the California site, but the form is applicable to Hawaii, as well).

Press Inquiries

Please visit the Press page.

  

* – Some local units of the Church may use services other than Facebook to organize community project locations. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is not necessarily responsible for content on third-party websites, including Facebook.