2001-2011: The Volunteer Ministers Movement—10 Years of Indiscriminate Help

Over the past 10 years the Scientology Volunteer Ministers movement has become the world’s largest independent relief force.The 800 Scientology Volunteer Ministers who served at Ground Zero in helping New York recover from  the terrorist attacks of 9/11 have inspired the growth of a movement that now spans the globe. In September 2001 there were 6,000 Volunteer Ministers—with more than 200,000 today, it is the largest independent relief force in the world.In creating the Volunteer Mini … [Read more...]

Another Voice from Japan–with a Decidedly Aussie Accent

Australian Scientologist Peter Dunn has served as a Scientology Volunteer Minister in Haiti, Queensland, and JapanAt 4 a.m. on March 11, 2011, the shock wave from the magnitude 9 earthquake that triggered a 30-foot tsunami off the northeast coast of Japan reached Australia—not as a physical blast but rather as a summons for Scientologist Peter Dunn to return to Japan and help in her time of need.Dunn, a native of Adelaide who lives in Sydney, had spent the last few months volunteering in the … [Read more...]

Scientology Volunteer Ministers

The Scientology Volunteer Ministers Corps is an embracive program of the Church of Scientology to provide community service, disaster relief and emergency response. Created more than 30 years ago by Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard, the program has expanded to over 200,000 Volunteer Ministers worldwide who have served at 187 disaster sites, including Ground Zero after 9/11, the Southeast Asia tsunami, Hurricane Katrina and Haiti.Volunteer Ministers have trained and partnered with more than … [Read more...]


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