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Relief Society in Action in a series from the Church Newsroom that highlights the volunteer service of Latter-day Saint women in their communities around the world.

Relief Society in Germany Sews Stuffed Animals for Children With Cancer

In Germany, to commemorate the 180th anniversary of the founding of the Relief Society, sisters sewed 350 stuffed animals for a children’s cancer initiative on Wednesday, June 29, 2022, in the Friedrichsdorf chapel.

“The sisters have so much compassion for others in need that they have used their empathy and talent to create stuffed animals, each of which is unique” ​​said Michaela Frenkel, local Relief Society leader.

Read more on the Germany Newsroom.

Peruvian Sisters Serve Elderly Adults

Members of the Relief Society in Pucallpa, Peru, held a day of service at the Comprehensive Care Center for the Elderly in the Manantay district of the city. On Friday, November 11, women provided haircuts, facial cleansing, manicures and physical exercise support to older adults served by the center. They also donated clothing and medicines.

Read more on the Spanish Newsroom.

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