Helping ONe Another IS DIVINE

"But ye will teach them to walk in the ways of truth and soberness; ye will teach them to love one another, and to serve one another." - Mosiah 4:15

The opportunity to serve one another aligns us with our Savior's divine command to love one another. We all have need of help and we all have talents to give. Individuals in your area have kindly volunteered their talents to serve. Please give them the opportunity to serve.


Volunteer Services

Below are the services others are willing to provide in your neighborhood. Please submit a request for yourself or someone else in need. You may also submit a talent or service you are willing to render to others. Together we can become a more self-reliant community.

"And the Lord called his people Zion, because they were of one heart and one mind, and dwelt in righteousness; and there was no poor among them." - Moses 7:18

We are currently gather information from individuals and organizations willing to volunteer their time and talents. We encourage you to share those talents you are willing to give to others. No personal information is ever published. All connections between someone willing to give and the receiver are moderated by local leaders. Talents may come from a wide variety of areas.

Here are a few ideas:
Business talents
Education talents
Finance talents
Employment and networking talents
Subject-matter expert talents
Community organization talents or connections
Church service talents or connections
Handyman talents
Hobby, arts and crafts talents
Meals and mission prep talents
Technology talents
Family history talents

Organizations like Elder Quorums, Relief Society, Young Men or Young Women, Scout troops, and community oranizations can offer volunteer services by submitting under the organization name.

Submit your talent

Come back soon to see what services are available form our community members.

Use your talents to help another

Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson, Young Women General President taught, "some of the most significant needs we can meet are within our own families, among our friends, in our wards, and in our communities...Heavenly Father may have placed those who need us closest to us, knowing that we are best suited to meet their needs." Contact your local Self-Reliance Committee and share your skills to help others achieve greater self-reliance.