Scott and Barbara Stokes Expand Manufacturing to Kansas and Wisconsin
Rapid deployment Collapsible Solar Array for Off-Grid power. When sun shines, AC outlet is powered.
One thousand units of Conext XW+ hybrid inverters at 5.5 kW & 6.8 kW power levels are being made available to distributors in Puerto Rico
Los Angeles and Ventura County Volunteer Ministers respond to one of the worst California fire seasons on record
Barbara and Scott Stokes Announce Job Creation Supporting $28.5M Contract
With three fires burning out of control in Ventura, Sylmar and Santa Clarita and tens of thousands evacuated so far, International Scientology Volunteer Minister headquarters in Los Angeles puts out a call for volunteers to respond.
USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is providing $10.9 million in technical and financial assistance to help farmers in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to repair damage and rebuild. This investment through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program, a Farm Bill conservation program, is one more option available through USDA to aid with recovery.
Delivering Clinical Care Outside the Hospital Walls
Friendships and partnerships forged during Hurricane Irma continue to bear fruit
As a result of damages left behind by the Northern California wildfires, RPI will provide property cleanup services to members of the community with fire damaged homes and businesses.
Almost six weeks since Hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico, Scientology Volunteer Ministers, working with FEMA, volunteer groups and army personnel, are providing relief to islanders in need of help.
Jennifer, a Scientology Volunteer Minister from Nashville, was part of the Scientology Disaster Response Team helping Texas recover from Hurricane Harvey.
Award Winning Portable Power Generation and Survival Solutions Now Available Globally
An army of bright, energetic Scientology Volunteer Ministers mobilized to protect downtown Clearwater before Hurricane Irma struck, serve the community throughout the storm, and return the city and towns throughout the Tampa Bay area to their pre-hurricane condition and better.
With at least 42 dead, some 100 still missing and firefighters still battling fires that have ravaged the California wine country since last Monday, Scientology Volunteer Ministers are providing help.
For their unconditional help to the people of District 38 during Hurricane Irma, Florida State Senator Daphne Campbell presented a proclamation to the Volunteer Ministers of the Church of Scientology Miami.