Monday, January 17, 2005

Scientology Volunteer Ministers - Tsunami Aid - Something CAN be done about it

Around the world, members of the Scientology Volunteer Minister corps, known as VMs, heard the news of the disaster and began packing. Soon after the world heard the news of the disaster teams from the United States, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Europe and Taiwan were on their way to the hardest-hit spots in Asia to give assistance and help coordinate relief efforts. No strangers to this type of activity, Scientology Volunteer Ministers have, for more than a quarter century, crossed national, racial, political and religious boundaries in more than 150 countries to help people deal with sudden upheavals and restore order, dignity and happiness to their lives.

Asian Disaster Relief - The story so far: Scientology Volunteer Ministers

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