Volunteer Minister Disaster Reponse teams are active in the Grady, McClain, and Cleveland counties in Oklahoma.
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.
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 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.
Although Hurricane Sandy slammed into the eastern United States October 29, many thousands New York City and New Jersey families are still without power. Distribution of emergency supplies is an issue for those without transportation. New York and New Jersey Volunteer Ministers have formed up clean up teams and are assisting FEMA with food and water delivery.
Our Volunteer Minister assessment and disaster response teams in Connecticut, New York and New Jersey need your help!
Please contact the Volunteer Minister hotline at +1-323-960-1949 if you can help on the ground or with donations.
The Volunteer Ministers of the Church of Scientology of Tampa collected 57 units of blood this weekend at their Autumn Blood Drive in downtown Clearwater. This was the fourth and final blood drive of 2012 by the Volunteer Ministers, (also known as VMs), who worked with Florida Blood Services on the event. The blood drive came at a critical time. As colleges and workplaces are gearing up for vacations during Thanksgiving and Christmas, the number of blood donations from these sources decreases.