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Oklahoma Assessment Call

The Volunteer Ministers Advance Inspection team on the scene has an assessment and determined that 100 Volunteer ministers are needed on the ground right now.  What is most needed and wanted is:

Disaster Response: What do I need to bring to Oklahoma?

Be ready for cleanup work!

The current temperature in the tornado areas in Oklahoma ranges around 80 degrees F (27 degree C) at daytime. For the next days more rain and hail is predicted. Travel as light as you can but be ready for the weather:

Oklahoma Tornadoes - Wichita Volunteer Ministers respond to the Call

As soon as the call went out, Wichita Volunteer ministers immediately responded and sent a team to Moore, OK, one of the hardest hit areas.  The Scientology Volunteer Ministers have been flat out delivering assists to local public and training relief workers on Assist Tech developed by L. Ron Hubbard.

Oklahoma Tornadoes - Your Help is Needed

Volunteer Minister Disaster Reponse teams are active in the Grady, McClain, and Cleveland counties in Oklahoma. 

Local heroes step up for the holidays

Article in Metro New York It has been two months since Sandy ravaged the East Coast. For many New Yorkers, the recovery is far from finished."People think the crisis is over because the electricity is back on," relief volunteer Bruce Rector said. "There's still so much to be done."

Hurricane Sandy-Something CAN Be Done About It

Iconic Restaurant is Base for VMs Scientologists Marc and Scott Cosentino invite volunteers to gather at Scott’s restaurant. Over 10,000 meals have been delivered to survivors of the disaster.

When the floodwaters from Hurricane Sandy crashed into the East Coast, one of the hardest hit areas was Staten Island, NY.  Volunteer Ministers Marc Cosentino and John McCole immediately launched into relief efforts to help the survivors of this devastating disaster. Hundreds of thousands of people were affected by this storm and thousands left homeless, needing food, water, shelter and warmth.

TV: Florida Volunteer Ministers Help Clean Up after Hurricane Sandy

Bay News 9, Florida - 6:15pm report on 21 November 2012: Scientology Volunteer Ministers join hurricane Sandy relief effort in New York.

Church of Scientology Volunteer Ministers Collect Donations for Hurricane Sandy Survivors

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Church of Scientology Volunteer Ministers teamed up with local organizations to collect donations for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.It's been nearly two weeks since Hurricane Sandy blew into the Northeast. While most communities have begun the recovery process, the cries for help can still be heard.Nashville residents have firsthand knowledge of what it’s like to be a victim of Mother Nature, and that's why a group of volunteers are stepping up to help hurricane victims.

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