In St. Louis du Sud, Scientology Volunteer Ministers helped return the lives of the children closer to normal.
As the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Hurricane Ida Disaster Response Team members wrap up two weeks of service in Louisiana and head home to their families and jobs, what they will long remember is the warmth, friendliness and courage of the people of Louisiana.
Providing what local residents need and want can take a unique turn, as it did this week for the Scientology Volunteer Ministers helping in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana.
In the final two sessions of a five-part seminar in the town of Jérémie, Scientology Volunteer Ministers train firefighters, Haitian Red Cross, Haitian National Police and other community leaders to help restore peace of mind to those suffering from the frequent disasters that plague this Caribbean nation.
Nurses, who arrived in Les Cayes from Carrefour last weekend, are caring for injured survivors of the August 14 Haiti earthquake at a clinic in Camp-Perrin, a commune in the Les Cayes Arrondissement.
Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana August 29. A Scientology Volunteer Ministers disaster response team is on the ground and their international headquarters has put out a call for more trained volunteers to help the region recover.
With thousands injured and hundreds of thousands homeless after the 7.2 magnitude Haiti earthquake, first responders see Scientology assists as the key to providing needed help.
Famed search-and-rescue specialists Los Topos, featured on a National Geographic documentary for their work following the 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami, add their skill and muscle to the fight against time to locate survivors in the rubble of the Haiti earthquake
More than a week since the 7.2 magnitude earthquake, the country is still in urgent need of humanitarian assistance.
With Tropical Storm Grace compounding the destruction of Saturday's 7.2 magnitude earthquake, Scientology Volunteer Ministers assist in Les Cayes, one of the areas hardest hit by the catastrophe.
With some 10% of the population of St. Vincent lacking basic necessities in the wake of the La Soufrière volcanic eruption, the Freewinds arranged for emergency supplies and a team of experienced Scientology Volunteer Ministers to provide relief.
Ten months into the COVID-19 crisis, Volunteer Ministers of the Church of Scientology Budapest continue to raise donations and deliver supplies to those in need.
Churches of Scientology of Italy join forces to help in the aftermath of the 6.4 Croatia earthquake.
Natural disasters continue unchecked in this year of the coronavirus. Disaster response organizations have to see to the safety of volunteers while providing care.
The world owes a debt of gratitude to emergency workers who risked their lives at the World Trade Center in 2001 and the many thousands more who continue to do so at disaster sites every day.
Greek Volunteer Ministers fulfilling their motto: Something Can Be Done About It.
A spike in coronavirus cases has dashed the hopes of the Aloha State's hospitality industry that had looked forward to a September 1st end to the mandatory 14-day self-quarantine order for visitors to the island. Scientology Volunteer Ministers offer a simple solution: understanding and applying the basic principles of prevention.
The White House Coronavirus Task Force has just designated Kansas as a COVID-19 "Red Zone." Two weeks ago, it placed central Illinois counties on alert. Volunteer Ministers of the Church of Scientology Kansas City are working to bring the pandemic under control by educating the community on prevention.
Helping the country prevail over COVID-19
Three booklets and more than a dozen videos on the How to Stay Well Prevention Resource Center provide proven prevention principles in 21 languages. French Scientologists share these resources with their communities.
The Church of Scientology Volunteer Minister's core mission is to help — even in the midst of a pandemic
With California grappling with escalating COVID-19 cases, the Scientology Volunteer Ministers of the San Jose area rapidly went to work to help their community
People can protect their family from the coronavirus, say the Volunteer Ministers of the Church of Scientology San Diego. Their campaign to get educational booklets on prevention into the hands of local businesses and residents lets people know how.
The work of the Scientology Volunteer Ministers of South Africa since the country went under lockdown from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Scientology Stay Well campaign assumes even greater importance in Colombia with the increase in new COVID-19 cases in the country.
With new COVID-19 cases on the rise, Sacramento Volunteer Ministers are working to get the numbers down.
With new coronavirus cases surging in California, Scientology Volunteer Ministers bring educational materials on proven prevention methods to their communities.
Within a week of Missouri reopening for business, coronavirus cases rose by nearly 11 percent. "If we want to reboot our economy, we need to practice prevention," say the Volunteer Ministers of the Church of Scientology St. Louis.
As British Columbia looks ahead to reopening, a team of volunteers is making sure people understand best practices for prevention
Volunteers from the Center of Scientology in Tel Aviv care for marginalized communities that have been hit hard by restrictions to curb the pandemic in Israel
As fire season approaches and California volunteers get set to respond at a moment's notice, the Church of Scientology acknowledges those whose help and courage made all the difference to those in need.
For the past month, a team of Scientology Volunteer Ministers has been helping victims of the Eastern Uganda mudslides recover and rebound.
For one Volunteer Minister in Indonesia, helping others cope with disaster has become a way of life.
The theme of the grand opening of the Volunteer Ministers Cavalcade at Hammer Theater Plaza in downtown San Jose on June 1 was the common values shared by people of all faiths.
Volunteer Ministers from the Church of Scientology of Kansas City helped families clean up when a mile-wide twister tore through Linwood, Kansas.
Churches of Scientology Disaster Response teams leaders from seven states gathered at Church of Scientology Nashville for an annual conference on disaster response.
Scientology Volunteer Ministers are working with churches, relief agencies and other nonprofits in Cucuta, Colombia, to help refugees from Venezuela.
Scientology Volunteer Ministers in Southern and Eastern Africa respond to Cyclone Idai, described by the United Nations as one of the worst weather-related disasters ever experienced in the Southern Hemisphere.
The Church of Scientology of Washington State hosted a World Civil Defense Day open house highlighting its Volunteer Ministers program, disaster response activities and how to effectively exchange vital information in times of emergency.
The Volunteer Ministers of Pasadena organize a seminar to help the community cope with earthquake disaster.
At the opening of the Volunteer Ministers Western U.S. Cavalcade at Chico Civic Center in Northern California, religious groups emphasize the need for long-term help for victims of the November 2018 Camp Fire.
The Church of Scientology Nashville observed World Civil Defense Day this year with a CPR and first aid workshop.
Scientology Volunteer Ministers continue to help families cope with and recover from the fires.
For Scientology Volunteer Ministers responding to the California fires, this was a very different and special Thanksgiving.
Scientology Volunteer Ministers help Agoura Hills community salvage what remains of their burned-out homes.
Teams of Scientology Volunteer Ministers (VMs) are helping provide essential care for those affected by the worst fire season in California history.
Scientology Volunteer Ministers disaster response in Mexico Beach, Florida, a town that that was all but destroyed by the storm
Scientology Volunteer Minister Disaster Response Coordinator puts out a call for volunteers to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael.