The Mormon Church has donated over $US1 million to the Northern Marianas chapter of the Red Cross to help with Typhoon Yutu relief efforts.
The Red Cross said its fundraising team appealed for donations throughout the US and the church answered the call.
In a statement, the church said it provided $US10,000 in cash to cover fuel and supplies for volunteers immediately following the October storm.
It said in November, it sent $US100,000 worth of relief supplies to the CNMI, before it spent $900,000 on supplies and the deployment of emergency personnel in Decemeber.
The Red Cross in the CNMI has already spent $US5 million on Yutu relief operations.
Earlier this week, McDonald's Saipan donated $US30,000 to the Red Cross and last year TanHoldings gave $US1 million for Yutu relief, a portion of which was earmarked for the Red Cross.