Thanks to you, people’s lives are changing at home and around the world.Donate Online
Where You Can Help
Donate to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, its affiliated charities, and its educational institutions. 100% of each donation goes to the fund you choose.
Plan Your Legacy
Gift planning can benefit your favorite charities as well as your beneficiaries. We're here to help.Discover How
Automate Your Gifts
It’s easy to set up automatic monthly (or yearly) donations to the causes you care about.Start Today
Double Your Donation
Many employers give matching charitable donations. See if your employer participates!Find Your Employer
Better Than an MBA
Experiences at LDS Business College gives student the skills to succeed beyond what some others with an MBA were able to accomplish.
Student Seeks to Improve Learning with Technology
Sydney Boyer, an elementary education major, who researched how teachers integrate technology into curriculum to engage students in meaningful learning.
Bringing Wholeness to Victims of Civil War
Sierra Leone’s civil war left behind more than 27,000 amputees. Recent BYU students created an adjustable and affordable prosthetic socket for the veterans.
Be a Light On the Hill, BYU Broadcasting Director Inspires Knight Society Donors
Speaking to a group of Knight Society members (those who have included BYU in their estate planning) at their annual luncheon, Michael Dunn thanked the society as one of the groups responsible for the broadcast entity’s growth.
Buy a Bag, Feed a Family
Coney Pulla of India was born into the lowest level of the Hindu caste system. After attending BYU–Hawaii on an IWORK scholarship, he co-founded a multimillion-dollar social enterprise that donates rice to families in need throughout India.
An Unheeded Warning That Led to a New Passion
Julianne Francisco is grateful she ignored advice to avoid ruining her GPA by taking her information systems course too early. She quickly discovered she’d found her professional passion.
Learning to Advocate for Underserved Communities
Brianna Rosier arrived at BYU dedicated to a future in public interest; she now enters her final year at law school with an idea of what her future holds.
After a serious car accident, Henrique was in danger of having to drop out of school.
Prevention Rather Than Treatment
After seeing people on her mission suffer from health problems, Naomi Rhondeau changed her major to find ways to help more people.