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Bringing help to all

With the purpose to assist and empower others in disaster situations and everyday life, Scientology Volunteer Ministers take their help into major cities and remote communities throughout the world.

They traverse major industrial crossroads of the world – London, Berlin, New York, Los Angeles and Melbourne – as well as the Amazon Basin, Western and Central Africa, the Pacific Islands and outback Australia, Volunteer Minister Cavalcades bring assistance and training to thousands each year.

National leaders, mayors, legislators and officials welcome Cavalcades, often presiding at ribbon-cutting ceremonies to open the Volunteer Ministers distinctive yellow tents that serve as the centre of aid operations while in the community.

Inside the tents Volunteer Ministers provide one-on-one assistance to address issues an individual may be facing, from family conflicts and workplace challenges to learning difficulties. Information displays clearly show visitors that solutions are possible, and seminars are available for anyone to learn how to apply these answers to their personal, professional and civic life and help others do the same.

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A Volunteer Minister is a person who helps his fellow man on a volunteer basis by restoring purpose, truth and spiritual values to the lives of others.

A Volunteer Minister does not shut his eyes to the pain, evil and injustice of existence. Rather, he is trained to handle these things and help others achieve relief from them and new personal strength as well.” Ron Hubbard

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Additionally Volunteer Ministers provide services in major cities delivering seminars and lectures to individuals, families, groups and whole communities to help them resolve day-to-day difficulties. They help thousands of people of all ages increase personal goal attainment, reconcile with marital partners, restore communication between parents and their children, and resolve workplace problems and disputes.

With thousands of seminars delivered to the staffs of hundreds of organizations, they further help individuals and communities address drug and alcohol abuse, crime and immorality, illiteracy and deficient education.

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Local volunteer groups are formed in major cities and towns. Trained Volunteer Ministers also help their own families, neighbors and communities.

The world-wide volunteer teams are made up of Scientologists and other people who want to help from many different nationalities, cultures and religions. They all share the same purpose: ‘To help’.

In Melbourne the yellow tents of the Volunteer Ministers offer one-on-one help at hundreds of sports events, country fairs, festivals and other public events.

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For further information call Pam on 9654 8655

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