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A team manager at the Elberta dairy explains the process of producing dairy products. He emphasizes the blessing the products are to families in need and expresses the testimony he has gained by helping others.3:46
Bakery volunteers tell how they are blessed to help those in need. After the bread is ready, that evening trucks take the bread throughout the western United States—not to sell, but to give to those in need.1:50
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Houston Food Bank, and corporate volunteers have partnered to bring about the Peanut Butter Project. To date, over 700,000 jars of peanut butter have been donated to the Houston Food Bank.4:49
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints produces hundreds of millions of pounds of food on Church-owned welfare farms. This food is harvested, processed, and distributed through volunteer labor and then given to the poor and needy.3:11