Scientology Volunteer Minister Typhoon Haiyan Disaster Response

Veteran First Responder Ayal Lindeman and Marion Whitta (second and third from left) head up the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Yolanda (Haiyan) Disaster Response.

Veteran first responder Ayal Lindeman from the United States arrived in the Philippines and was joined by the leader of the Volunteer Ministers India Goodwill Tour, Marion Whitta, who will lead the disaster response team comprised of local Scientology Volunteer Ministers from the Church of Scientology Mission of Manila and those arrived or en route from many countries including the U.S., Australia, Japan and Taiwan.

Message from First Responder Ayal Lindeman on Typhoon Haiyan in Philippines

Ayal Lindeman is leading the Volunteer Ministers disaster response team in the Philippines. Shown here in Japan after the tsunami of 2011.

US Veteran first responder Ayal Lindeman is leading the international Scientology Volunteer Ministers disaster response team to help the Philippines recover from super typhoon Haiyan. Here is his message: "This will be my second trip to the Philippines for a super typhoon Cat 5 response in less than a year. The devastation is intense. We cannot sit by.  No one can. It is the true nature of a being to desire to help and the fact is that you can. With these deployments, specialized equipment is needed and that takes funds.

US Veteran First Responder Leads International Philippines Response Team.

The super typhoon hit the central Philippines leaving an estimated 10,000 dead, 500,000 evacuated and 10 million affected.

An international team of Scientology Volunteer Ministers is in final preparation to leave for the Philippines, where they will join the local Volunteer Ministers already on the ground.

Veteran first responder Ayal Lindeman from the United States will lead the team. He will be joined by experienced Volunteer Ministers from Australia and hundreds of Volunteer Ministers from the Church of Scientology Mission of Manila and Scientology Churches and Missions in nearby countries. They will be in the Philippines for the coming month to help the country recover from Typhoon Haiyan.  

Volunteer Ministers Mexican Disaster Response

Volunteer Ministers disaster response in Guerrero, Mexico after hurricane Raymond swept through areas already flooded by last month’s storms.

The third major storm to hit Mexico this hurricane season has left an already weakened infrastructure reeling. Hurricane Raymond careened toward Mexico’s Pacific coast threatening new flooding in Acapulco, still recovering from September’s heavy rains.

Sydney Volunteer Ministers respond to New South Wales Bush Fires

Scientology Volunteer Ministers went door-to-door in fire-devastated areas after the October 2013 bushfires, making sure those affected have access to the help they need.

A team of Scientology Volunteer Ministers have been assisting firefighters and emergency response personnel who are contending with the worst bushfires to affect New South Wales, Australia, in the past half century.The bushfires began October 13. By the 18th, 100 fires were raging.  Two days later, New South Wales Premier Barry O’Farrell declared a state of emergency.  Nearly 250 houses and other structures have been destroyed.

Scientology Volunteer Ministers Respond to Guerrero State Disaster

The head of Latin American Volunteer Ministers (standing left) and the director of Los Topos (seated left) planned and coordinated response to Tropical Storms Ingrid and Manuel at the National Scientology Organization of Mexico in Mexico City.

Mexico’s Tropical Storms Ingrid and Manuel have wreaked havoc, with the death toll now 123 and an estimated 59,000 evacuated. The first of the two nearly simultaneous storms made landfall on September 16, affecting two thirds of the country in the worst storm to hit Mexico in decades.  

Something can be done: Scientology Volunteer Ministers Disaster Response Corp helping Little Axe victims

by Rev. Linda Smith Churches of Scientology Disaster Response

Published July 4, 2013 in The Phoenix

Oklahoma Volunteer Ministers - No Job too Big or Small

The Volunteer Ministers are reaching out and helping anyone in the area that needs help from pitching tents to cleaning out debris from people's yards. There is no task too big or small for the Volunteers to take on to help those in needed. Oklahoma is still very much in need of our help.

Nearly six weeks after a twister hit this part of the state, the destruction is still visible. The Scientology Volunteer Ministers have been featured on Oklahoma's News 9 for the work that they are doing to help the community even down to those "forgotten" people that were not helped by the traditional relief organizations. 

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