In many organizations, the efforts to help people know no borders.The same is true of Welfare Services for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The church works to get aid through after such natural disasters as the tsunami and quake in Japan, typhoons in the Philippines and flooding in places such as Honduras and India. The church is and has been getting aid into civil war-torn Syria and the refugee camps in Lebanon and Jordan.Nationally, the church provided relief efforts after Hurricane Sandy, which was the largest response for the church in 2012, its newsroom website reported. It also said 28,000 members of the church donated time. There also was response to devastating tornadoes in the Midwest.