The Nauvoo temple at sunset.

Because of you,the history of the Church is being preserved.

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Church History

Donations to the Church History fund support the development and implementation of approved projects. Your support provides resources to create new and authentic experiences for members of the Church and others who visit these sacred places.

How Are the Donations Used?

The Church History Fund is a financial resource for authorized historical projects of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This central fund has been established to provide a reliable and recognized channel for focusing funds on high-priority projects approved by prophets and apostles and other Church leaders. While there will be many projects and initiatives, donors will contribute to one fund. Authorized Church leaders will draw on that fund and allocate resources based on planned priorities and emerging needs.

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Your Donations at Work

The historic sites of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints preserve the memory of sacred events and places to ensure our connection with God now and in the future. When visitors authentically experience heritage, their hearts and minds are more receptive to the site’s spiritual message.

Statue of Angel Moroni on the Hill Cumorah

The Hill Cumorah Project

The Hill Cumorah Project involves restoring the Hill Cumorah to a more natural state.

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Statue of Angel Moroni on the Hill Cumorah

The Kirtland Project

The Kirtland Project includes restoring the home of Joseph and Emma Smith and other historic buildings.

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The Nauvoo Temple

The Nauvoo Project

The Nauvoo Project focuses on helping visitors see the temple as central to the history of Nauvoo.

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The Laie Hawaii Temple

The Laie Project

The Laie Project will show how a Latter-day Saint community serves as a symbol of Zion to God's children.

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“Let us not only remember the past and its required sacrifice; let us also remember that we are responsible to build a legacy for the generations which follow us.”

- Thomas S. Monson