* Missionary Fund -- http://www.ldsphilanthropies.org/missionary/
Want to give a gift that "keeps on giving" for generations? Give to the Missionary Fund.
* Temple Building Fund or Temple Patrons Fund -- http://www.ldsphilanthropies.org/temple/
* Brigham Young University-Hawaii and Polynesian Cultural Center giving opportunities -- http://www.ldsphilanthropies.org/byu-hawaii/giving-opportunities.html
* Spire Music -- http://www.spiremusic.org/index.php
* Brigham Young University-Idaho -- http://www.ldsphilanthropies.org/byu-idaho/funds/giving-opportunities.html
* LDS Business College -- http://www.ldsphilanthropies.org/lds-business-college/funds/
* Brigham Young University -- http://www.ldsphilanthropies.org/byu/funds/
Camp Many Stars --
"The Joy of Downs is an organization whose vision and purpose is to strengthen families and expand the horizons of persons with Down syndrome. Our overriding philosophy is that there is joy in having individuals with Downs in our lives and especially in our families....Camp Many Stars provides an accepting, safe, fun filled week of adventure and learning for the whole family. Camp’s recreation and educational activities enrich the lives of each family member and offer an unforgettable family vacation" (Source: Camp Many Stars website).You can donate money or time/talents to Camp Many Stars. Learn more about Camp Many Stars at their website: http://www.thejoyofdowns.org/index.html.
* Clean Water -- http://www.ldsphilanthropies.org/humanitarian-services/funds/clean-water.html
To donate monies to help provide clean water for some of the billion people who do not have sanitary water, please click here.
"Volunteers from the village provide labor to install and maintain the wells to ensure their long-term operation. Local contractors are employed, and a local site supervisor is appointed to ensure the work is performed as agreed. Each village establishes a water committee to oversee the maintenance of the facilities.
"Involving the community helps local people feel an ownership of the project, an important cultural consideration in the long-term use and proper maintenance of the water supply" (Source: LDS Philanthropies website).