Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints continues its Covid-19 Relief Initiatives in Trinidad


The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints, Port of Spain Stake continued its Covid-19 relief efforts and has made the donation of two hundred (200) relief food hampers to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service Eastern Division and one hundred and fifty (150) relief food hampers to NGO Living Waters Community.

The handovers took place on Saturday 1st August, 2020 and Monday 3rd August, 2020 respectively at the Church's office on Cipriani Boulevard, Port-of-Spain.

Ag Insp Simon, Sgt Ramkissoon, PCs Rodney Ali and Garnet Phillip and WPC Rojas received the hampers on behalf of the Unit.

Speaking at the handover ceremony to Living Waters Community, Lay Consecrator Ian Camacho expressed his thanks to God for making the donation possible through the generosity of the Church. “I give thanks for the call to serve, and thanks that different groups in the country can come together to serve their brothers and sisters,” Mr. Camacho stated. “We need to follow in the footsteps of Jesus Christ, we hope that those who receive it will be sustained by it,” he added.

Also speaking at the event, Anika Johnson Lay Consecrator of Living Waters extended her appreciations for the partnership. She acknowledged that the generous donation will not only assist locals but those who are seeking asylum in our country. 


Through distribution by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service and Living Waters Community, these hampers will go towards three hundred and fifty families throughout communities in Trinidad that were affected during this most difficult period, bringing much needed relief at this time.

President Garcia who presided at the handover ceremonies again pledged the Church's continued support during this pandemic.