SAO PAULO, Brazil After two years of operation, the Web site of the Church's community service program in Brazil, Maos que Ajudam (Helping Hands), has been updated and is available on the Web with a modern presentation. An important communication tool, the site permits Church members and others to learn what has been done in their local area. Through the site people may learn more, or sign up to volunteer.
"As the projects have multiplied, we wanted to have a place to publish them, besides the Liahona and the Church News, which have graphic limitations. We hope that with every new activity featured on the Maos que Ajudam site www.maosqueajudam.org.br others will be influenced to do good community service projects in their regions," said Fernando Assis, director of public affairs for Brazil. Last year, the site was used by many journalists who provided coverage for various newspapers and television stations.