LDS Bishops Storehouses Are Located in Places Where People Need More Help

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There are many LDS bishops Storehouse locations scattered around the globe. If you find yourself in need of help, even if you are not a LDS member, you can try and contact the storehouse that is nearest to you in order to see if you qualify for help. The decisions will be made by the parish’s Bishop.

In Africa, there are LDS bishops storehouse locations in Congo, Ethiopia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Mozambique, Nigeria and Sierra Leone. They can also be found in South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe.

LDS bishops storehouse locations are also available in Asia in Cambodia, Guam, Hong Kong and in India. You can also find them in Indonesia (Jakarta), Japan (Tokyo), Korea (Seoul), Mongolia (Ulan Bator), Philippines (Quezon City), Singapore, Taiwan (Taipei), and Thailand (Bangkok).

The LDS community has done a considerable amount of good over the years, acting much like the Red Cross. Disasters around the world have left people homeless and in dire need of help and the LDS Church has always been there in one way or the other. The Deseret Industry offers transportation to even the most remote areas of the world, providing people with food, water, clothes, blankets and other goods which they might need.

In Australia and the Pacific, there are LDS bishops storehouse locations in American Samoa (Pago Pago), Australia (Carlingford), Fiji (Suva), French Polynesia (Papeete), Kiribati, New Zealand (Temple View, Hamilton), Samoa (Apia), and Tonga.

Last, but not least, you can find LDS bishops storehouse locations in Central and South America in Argentina (Buenos Aires), Belize (Belize City), Bolivia (La Paz), Brazil (Campinas and Curitiba), Porto Alegre, Parnamirim, Sao Paulo, Chile (Santiago), Colombia (Bogotá), Costa Rica (San Jose City), Ecuador (Guayaquil), El Salvador (San Salvador), Guatemala (Guatemala City), Honduras (San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa), Nicaragua (Managua), Panama (Panama City), Paraguay (Asunción), Peru (Lima), Uruguay (Montevideo), and in Venezuela (Caracas).

Most of these LDS storehouses are located in regions where people need more than help with food and common household items. But the thing about LDS storehouses is that they not only have these goods readily available, but they also have people willing to help those in need – hence a considerable workforce which can help build homes for the needy, educate when possible and provide a start for those who can learn and are able to tend for themselves.

All of these LDS storehouses are built and maintained through the donations of the LDS family. If you are a member, then these people have you to thank for your monthly donations. Not only are you helping yourself by providing the church with the means to give aid to your family if worse comes to past – you are also helping others who are not so lucky and do not have the means to help themselves. The LDS storehouse is a great way to provide for yourself on the long run, but also provide for others around the world. And one day, your good deed will be taken into account.

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