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Pepe had a large empty field that she could no longer care for. The ward came in and turned the field into a community garden where neighbors— members and nonmembers alike—work together to plant, tend, and harvest crops.4:19
A bishop tells about his responsibility to oversee the needs of the ward, giving assistance to families in need. Those families in turn volunteer at welfare facilities, including the storehouse, vineyard, and cannery.5:02
Each year, volunteers from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints harvest over 300,000 pounds of raisins from the Madera vineyard. These raisins are donated to the poor and needy all over the world.5:18