A community open house at the Church of Scientology of Silicon Valley on International Day of Happiness looked into the sad state of happiness in the United States and a simple solution to the problem.
The Brussels branch of Churches of Scientology for Europe celebrated its seventh anniversary January 26 with a dinner and presentation to local dignitaries and friends.
Reaching club goers with the truth about club drugs
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a study calling for "education about the potentially life-threatening consequences of synthetic cannabinoid use." The Foundation for a Drug-Free World makes drug education materials on synthetic drugs available to educators, law enforcement and civic and community organizations to provide this urgently needed service.
A man who completed the Targets and Goals course on the Volunteer Ministers website describes how understanding these administrative basics has changed his life. Targets and Goals is one of 19 free online courses providing know-how to improve virtually any condition in life. The Church of Scientology makes this training available free of charge on the Volunteer Ministers website and at Scientology.org.
St. Petersburg volunteers share The Way to Happiness with those celebrating Russia Day.
Drug-Free World chapters in countries around the world marked International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking with drug prevention activities. Two Ghana men, who discovered the program independently, were part of the international commemoration.
Volunteers bring award-winning drug education materials to Kent International Festival to help King County, Washington, residents take effective action to end the region's drug epidemic.
The Way to Happiness Foundation of Washington has launched a campaign to uplift neighborhoods in their state with a nonreligious moral code called The Way to Happiness: A Common Sense Guide to Better Living.
The Way to Happiness Association of Tampa Bay hosted a seminar at the Scientology Information Center in Clearwater, Florida, where entrepreneur Christopher King covered three precepts for success in business and in life.
Celebrating mothers at a special musical Mother's Day event May 1 at the Scientology Information Center
Reaching their communities with factual information about drugs, French and Belgian Scientologists back the drug prevention strategy of the 59th session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime
Drawing on three decades of experience in drug education and prevention, the Truth About Drugs curriculum and materials of the Foundation for a Drug-Free World reach kids on a visceral level, helping them take an honest look at what drugs really are and what they do.
In a recent ceremony by the Middle Tennessee Council of the Boy Scouts of America, the pastor of the Church of Scientology was granted the William D. Boyce New Unit Organizer Award for creating and hosting a new Cub Scout troop for students in area schools.
Thousands converge on Scientology Spiritual Capital in Clearwater, Florida, for a dazzling weekend of celebration in honor of the religion's Founder —L. Ron Hubbard (LRH).
As featured in Pride Magazine, Dr. Jean Augustine and four other noted advocates of human rights were awarded at the 10th annual Human Rights Award ceremony of the Toronto chapter of Youth for Human Rights.
Top human rights advocates presented with President's Volunteer Service Awards
Presiding Judge rules that entire case was a "serious and irremediable breach of the right to a fair trial"
Pianist Kathy Roberts will perform an International Day of Happiness Concert March 20 at the Scientology Information Center, 500 Cleveland Street in Downtown Clearwater. The two-hour concert begins at 6pm.
Scientology News informes how for the Colombian businessman, Scientology is all about helping people.
Cloud 9 Children's Toy Shop helps combat homelessness in Hollywood at the Volunteer Ministers Community Disaster Preparedness Fair.
Scientology Volunteer Ministers of Southern California and the Church of Scientology Los Angeles partner with civic and community groups for a successful Disaster Preparedness Fair.
Scientology Volunteer Ministers Goodwill Tour receives classic Ashanti welcome.
Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard's 105th birthday will be celebrated in Nashville by Tennessee area Scientologists on March 19, 2016.
A World Civil Defense Day Forum will be held March 2 at the Church of Scientology Seattle
In a coordinated initiative to upgrade the Clearwater, North Greenwood area, community leaders and Scientology volunteers join forces to help tackle crucial issues affecting the neighborhood.
The Church of Scientology Los Angeles was among the 19 religions featured in a peace forum at the California State University of Fullerton Pavilion. The program was organized as part of World Interfaith Harmony Week by Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light (HWPL), the largest nongovernmental international peace organization.
A team of volunteers from the Church of Scientology of San Francisco contributed to the success of the week-long drug prevention campaign following Super Sunday.
In the midst of a nationwide drug abuse epidemic, youth reached out with factual information on drugs to the crowds in San Francisco.
Volunteer Ministers use Antwerp event to share highly acclaimed solutions in Flemish city.
With a third of first marriages ending in divorce or separation after 10 years in the United States, the Church of Scientology offers tools to improve relationships and salvage marriages.
Group invites shoppers to lend a hand with a unique petition promoting human rights education.
Courses prepare group for much-needed work in poverty-stricken Vosloorus Township in Gauteng
Bikers, lowriders join forces to end the violence
Amid growing religious hate and violence, Church stands firm in its commitment to foster respect for all religions and the right of people to practice their faiths freely
The Church of Scientology of Pasadena's forum marking the United Nations International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust shows need for human rights.
Foundation for a Drug-Free World uses week leading up to Super Sunday for massive drug prevention campaign
Reaching out with the truth about drugs in the South London neighbourhood of Streatham
The effort is part of the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Center's ongoing relief efforts in Kathmandu where aid is still needed nine months after the deadly temblor.
Volunteers from the Church of Scientology of Los Angeles participate with the LA Chapter of The Way to Happiness Foundation to take on the problem of graffiti and litter in the Hollywood Area
Copenhagen's seventh annual International Human Rights Day Walk raises awareness of bullying as a human rights abuse.
According to a recent study, drug use is down among teens, showing how real change can happen when organizations and community leaders unite to tackle one of society's biggest problems.
Local ministers adopt Scientology Volunteer Ministers program forming and leading Volunteer Ministers groups in their communities to bring urgently need change to township.
With the theme of Inter Faith Week "peace through understanding," religious leaders put this into action at a special Sunday Service January 17 at the Church of Scientology of London