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Ganaa sews and sells face masks and sends the money to her mom in Mongolia to give to families in need. This recipient is a girl whose father was disabled in a car accident.


Masks Save Lives in More Ways Than One

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Ganaa Batgerel sprang back from a personal trial with a greater drive to serve others. Now she is pursuing two projects to help struggling families in her home country of Mongolia.

Henry J. Eyring speaks at BYU-Idaho commencement ceremony.


An Expression of Hope

Donations always make a difference, but this year many students have an extra helping of gratitude.

Over his 13-year Marine Corps career, Major Chris Melling’s deployments took him to over a dozen countries, including Bahrain, Japan, Jordan, Kuwait, South Korea, and Thailand.


From Mach 2 to 2L

Three years ago, Christopher Melling had never written a legal brief or attended a religious service of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Trained as a fighter pilot by the United States Marine Corps, Major Melling was ready to take the next step in his life.

man delivers food to family in Mogadishu, Somalia.


How Donations are Helping World Food Programme Somalia Provide Relief and Ease Burdens

Donations to the Humanitarian Aid Fund are helping World Food Programme Somalia ensure that 35,323 schoolchildren have five months of nutritious food.

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Ensign College

Why Ensign College?

Elder Paul Johnson talks about how Ensign College will complement other CES schools and fill some gaps in curriculum.

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Making a Statement

Haley Rogers had never heard of BYU. But when she lost both of her parents in high school and BYU offered an athletic scholarship, she knew Provo was the right place to go.

A Micronesian women, wearing flowers on her arms, over her shoulder, and in her hair, with one hand over her heart as to indicate gratitude.


Preserving Words That Matter

BYU–Hawaii alum Tereua Kainitoka from Kiribati is helping preserve her native language and culture through teaching the world’s first university course on the Kiribati language.

Mikayah Siufanua, a female construction management student, with safety goggles using a screwdriver to wire a house frame.


A Wonderful Inspiring Learning Adventure

Mikayah Siufanua slept on a floating island of reeds at Lake Titicaca and taught Peruvian women to make soap for a living. Thanks to donors, this is just the beginning of her inspiring learning adventure.

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Ensign College

From Receptionist to Accountant

Nancy used what she learned to quickly move from being a receptionist to an accountant with her own growing business.

Andres Rodriguez smiles for a portrait photo at BYU-Idaho.


I Want that Glow

After his wife’s cancer surgery, Andres wasn’t sure how he’d pay for school.

Judy Garvin reads a book with two students in the Harold B. Lee Library.


Volumes of Giving

Judy Garvin has given to Brigham Young University for at least 43 consecutive years. “I believe in giving back,” she says. “I don’t give a lot, but I know every little bit helps.”

A BYU student builds a block tower with a young girl.


BYU Working to Uncover How Media Affects Families

Project aims to understand the long-term effects of media on children.