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Meridian readers continue to be generous as we are now just $1,100 short of our push for $4,800. If only 25 readers send in $44--we would be there. Will you help today?By Scot and Maurine Proctor
You thought obscure Lone Peak High School was just the home of the number one basketball team in the nation—but it is also home to some world-class humanitarian students. Join us in Kenya this year or donate to build a well.By Scot and Maurine Proctor
Make a difference in the lives of African children and attend a beautiful night of music and entertainment.
Students at Lone Peak High School felt it wasn’t fair that they had a great education, food to eat and nice homes, while children in Africa suffer. They decided to do something about it, and you can help.By Maurine Proctor
Family Humanitarian Expeditions (FHe) serves hundreds of remote Q’eqchi’ villagers in the remote Polochic Valley of Guatemala and wants to invite you and your family to join them.By Rachel von Niederhausern
We have the chance to have an LDS priesthood holder lead one of the nations of Africa and you can help.
Often child trafficking takes the form of baby warehouses, where children from poor families are sold to be adopted by Americans who are looking for children.By Erin Ann McBride
How can anyone sell her child to sex traffickers? “It happened to me,” the mothers say, “and I survived.”By Erin Ann McBride