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LDS Church Payments to benefit non-LDS Organizations

This does not include humanitarian and food donations. In 2016 it was reported that the LDS church had spent $1.6 Billion on Welfare and Humanitarian efforts. About $40 Million per year.

2021 April 21 - $400,000 donation to Bromley Family Pearl Haven Campus  to Assist Exploited Children in Hawaii 

2021 Feb 26 - $20 Million committed to UNICEF's Global COVID-19 Response 

2021 Jan 13 - $3.3 Million in donations to Five organizations to help provide shelter for homeless in 2021

2020 Dec 17 - $1 Million donation to the Salvation Army to Feed the Hungry   

2020 Sep 15 - $2 Million cash to United Nations World Food Programme to get food to the needy

2019 Feb 27 - $2 Million to the International African American Museum (IAAM)

2018 Jun 27 - $50,000 to the Children's Justice Center 

2018 Oct 26 - $1.5 Million to the American Red Cross 

2017 Jan. 30 - $1 Million to USU Mormon Studies program 

2017 Nov. 2 - $10 Million for homeless housing in Salt Lake Valley. Over $52 Million over the past decade.

2017 Sep 27 - $11 Million to aid 8 famine-stricken nations in African and the Middle East

2017 Apr 23 - $120,000 to the Utah Children's Justice Center  

2016 Oct 18 - Opening of Eccles Theatre, LDS Church donated from $2 Million to $5 Million

2016 July 17 - $3 Million to the United Nations' World Food Programme (WFP)

2016 Jun 15 - $3 Million towards the Utah State Fairpark Stadium 

2015 July 3 - $2,500 to the Utah Pride Center 

2015 Mar 12 - $1.8 Million of "Meet the Mormon" proceeds to the Red Cross 

2012 Mar 22 - Opening of $1.5 Billion City Creek mall built by the LDS church 

2010 Oct 27 - $1.2 Million since 1991 to Operation Smile a children's medical charity  

2000 July_8 - Deseret News discussion of LDS Hunting Preserves 

2020 Jun_23 - LDS Church donates $20,000 to Birmingham Civil Rights Institute