Volunteer Ministers in Thailand are carrying on with relief to victims of the worst flooding to hit that country in 50 years.
While food waters are receding in many parts of the country, 16 central and four southern provinces are still affected, and flash floods and landslides again hit some of the southeastern provinces this week.
Scientology Volunteer Ministers are providing relief in Bangkok, Thailand, where flooding has affected some 3 million people.
Volunteer Ministers from the Church of Scientology Mission of Bangkok are working with other relief organizations to cope with the needs of those at a temporary shelter at Chon Buri College where more than 4,000 evacuees were moved to two weeks ago where they cooked and distributed food and provided Scientology Assists.
Scientology Volunteer Ministers are needed to cope with Thailand’s worst floods in five decades. Heavy monsoon rains since the end of July have flooded large sections of country affecting nearly a third of the country’s provinces.
If you can assist, fill out the Volunteer Ministers Disaster Relief Form.
With the 10th anniversary of 9/11 we look back at the work of the Volunteer Minister over the past decade. The Scientology Volunteer Ministers who served at Ground Zero in the months following 9/11 inspired those who responded to these and other devastating disasters in 2005 and 2006.
The Scientology Volunteer Ministers who served at Ground Zero in the months following 9/11 set a standard for disaster response and inspired a movement that carried forward for the past decade. Here is an overview of the work of Scientology Volunteer Ministers so far in 2011.
Officials and citizens of Sriracha, Thailand turned out today to welcome the Scientology Volunteer Minister Southeast Asian Goodwill Tour to their city.
Scientology Volunteer Ministers traveled to two areas in northeast Thailand to help victims of what has been described by Thai officials as the worst flooding in several decades.