Mexico International Rescue Brigade

Currently, a permanent base coordinates the work of hundreds of teams of volunteer chaplain, who continue to help in the refugee camps. In 2011 were the clergy locally in combating fires in the vicinity of Haifa in Israel. People also got the valuable assistance following floods in Australia, Thailand, Pakistan and after the earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand, and the tornadoes in Alabama and Missouri. In Japan the ancillary activities of the honorary Scientology peaked provisional clergy in 2011. Although the media had predicted an imminent nuclear disaster, they made the 9.0-magnitude earthquake and tsunami on the way to the northeast of Japan’s first Volunteer Ministers hours after. You helped with the search and rescue operations and provided assistance for the survivors.

Even today are the clergy on the ground and help in the entire region, where aid is required. Since September 11, 2001, the work of Volunteer Ministers embodies the vision, which was L. Ron Hubbard for the humanitarian movement: A volunteer chaplain closes his eyes before the pain, evil and injustice of existence. Rather he is trained, to get these things under control and to help others, to get rid of them and to reach new personal strength.” In the last 10 years, spiritual representatives of over 1,100 organizations have trained volunteer Scientology. You have partnerships with them entered as the Red Cross, FEMA, Salvation Army, National Guard, Mexico International Rescue Brigade, the Boy Scouts, as well as hundreds of local, regional and national groups and organizations. You have always voluntarily set their care and their skills and physical and mental relief brought their fellows in over 200 disaster areas. Today, hundreds of thousands of people in more than 185 Nations in the skills of volunteers are Trained clergy.



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