Scientology Volunteer Ministers work together with the Hispanic Community in Nashville and ‘Haiti Needs You’ to collect items such as clothing, diapers for children and even formula.
Many Haitians have lost everything in the disaster and so items such as these are very much needed on the ground.The Church of Scientology Celebrity Center is one of five drop-off sites for donations.
A group of our Volunteer Ministers is active in a hospital at the Haitian border to the Dominican Republic. One volunteer just sent in this report about a young girl they helped at a the hospital:
"She is here with broken pelvis and two broken legs. This is her father beside her. Her mom died in her house in the quake. She is only 14. Her sister is in another hospital in Port au Prince somewhere."
More doctors are needed in Haiti. You can help, contact email@example.com!
An up-to-date on the ground assessment was done in Haiti. Based on this the most important and urgent needs were isolated.
VOLUNTEER MINISTERS AND VOLUNTEERS WITH THE FOLLOWING SKILLS OR DISASTER AREA EXPERIENCE:
- Search and Rescue experience- Anybody with skills in setting up communication lines - Coordination skills - Crowd control skills
MATERIALS THAT ARE MOST URGENTLY NEEDED:
As during any rescue effort there are personal stories of blood and misery but sometimes there is good news.
We just received news from Port-au-Prince that Scientology Volunteer Minister, Karen, is teamed up with an obstetrician and "delivered a baby girl about an hour ago. Mother named her 'my love'."
Please help to give "My Love" a future!
The Church of Scientology of Miami trained a team of Haitian nationals in disaster response techniques, and helped arrange their transportation to Haiti where they will join with the Scientology Volunteer Ministers team in Port-au-Prince to provide help to victims of the Haiti earthquake.
Close to 130 medical doctors, EMTs and Scientology Volunteer Ministers landed safely in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, where they met up with a second group of Volunteer Ministers that made it on the land route from the Domenican Republic to Port-au-Prince.