Rockport Strong: Something CAN Be Done About It

Humanitarian convoy arrives in Aransas County from Salt Lake City with materials to rebuild homes. The “Something CAN Be Done About It” convoy, carrying more than 200 tons of building supplies, arrived in Rockport this morning.


1,500-Mile ‘Something CAN Be Done About It’ Convoy Leaves for Texas With 200 Tons of Donated Building Supplies to Rebuild Homes

A humanitarian convoy has just left Salt Lake City for Rockport, Texas, a city that was nearly destroyed by Hurricane Harvey.


Mexico Earthquake: Los Topos HQ at the Church of Scientology

Providing the logistical support to keep Los Topos and other rescue workers on the job At the Los Topos Mexico City headquarters at the Church of Scientology Mexico, 39-year-old Víctor Ruiz Jiménez, like the rest of his colleagues, is focused on saving lives. And they are doing just that.


Mexico Update: Young Girl is Rescued From Her Collapsed School

Los Topos Azteca search and rescue team have rescued 26 survivors from the Mexico earthquake. “We need more time to finish this work,” they say.


Seattle Interfaith Group Helps Get Kids Ready for School Year

Scientology Volunteer Ministers join in an annual project organized by Interfaith Ministries of Greater Queen Anne to help underserved kids get their school year off to a good start.


Mexico Earthquake: Racing to Save the Life of a Little Girl Trapped in Collapsed School

Los Topos Azteca and Volunteer Minister teams working nonstop for two days to save the lives of those buried beneath collapsed buildings following yesterday’s 7.1 magnitude Mexico earthquake.


Call for Action: Mexico Earthquake

Death toll from magnitude 7.1 earthquake climbs in Mexico. Call to action announced by International Scientology Volunteer Ministers headquarters. A magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck central Mexico September 19, collapsing buildings and killing at least 119 people.


Church of Scientology Harlem Awards Community Leaders

The Church of Scientology Community Center of Harlem and its Scientology Volunteer Ministers honored humanitarians for their dedication and service to the community.


More Hurricane Cleanup and Relief Carried Out in Greenwood

The Greenwood Community is provided continuous support and relief by Volunteer Ministers in the wake of Hurricane Irma.


Hurricane Irma Relief Efforts Continue Across Clearwater and Tampa Bay

Scientology Volunteer Ministers deploy across multiple districts of Pinellas County and across Tampa Bay to bring relief in the wake of Hurricane Irma. From cleaning up the streets, clearing away collapsed trees and providing supplies to shelters—Volunteer Ministers are active in helping the community get back to normal again.


Food Trucks, Water and Supplies from Volunteer Ministers Bring Vital Relief to Greenwood

In the wake of Hurricane Irma, many households are still left without power in the Greenwood Community. Scientology Volunteer Ministers are bringing relief with food trucks serving hot meals, as well as water, ice and other vital supplies.


Ice Distribution Brings Hurricane Relief to the East Gateway District

Relief continues in the East Gateway district as the Clearwater Scientology Volunteer Ministers distribute ice and water to the many neighbors who have not had power in the wake of Hurricane Irma.


Relief Efforts Continue in the Greenwood Community in the Wake of Hurricane Irma

Members of the Greenwood Community work hand-in-hand with Scientology Volunteer Ministers as the cleanup efforts continue post Hurricane Irma.


A “Sea of Yellow” Shirts at Clearwater City Hall

Toppled trees and hurricane debris filled the land surrounding Clearwater City Hall in the wake of Irma—and Scientology Volunteer Ministers take to the task in bringing the city back to normal.