LDS Church Makes First Donation to Utah Pride Center

LDS Church Makes First Donation to Utah Pride Center

For the first time ever, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has donated to the Utah Pride Center.

The LDS Church quietly made a $2,500 donation to the non-profit Utah Pride Center to help its efforts with LGBT homeless and youth. The money, coming in the form of access to the Bishop’s Storehouse, will provide food for those in need, the Utah Pride Center told FOX 13.

In a grant letter, the LDS Church wrote: “We are grateful to be able to serve your efforts in this worthy project and appreciate the work that you and others are doing related to this initiative.”

You can read more at Fox 13 for Salt Lake City.

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