Church of Scientology Volunteer Ministers in Seattle were recognized for their work with Food Lifeline and their continuing efforts to address hunger in western Washington.
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A Movement launched to organize NYC drivers for better pay following three cases of NYC drivers in economic distress committing suicide.
Feb. 7 to 14 - a national campaign to reduce poverty, improve marriages. News: Recent bipartisan MN law encourages low-income couples to mar
Promoting Family Planning, Nutrition and Reducing Poverty
Grand Opening of Campbell's Market
A Scientology Volunteer Minister in Kenya is infusing hope and kindness in the lives of the people of Western Kenya.
Volunteer Ministers from the Church of Scientology Seattle partner with the Queen Anne Food Bank to serve those in need.
The motto of the Church of Scientology Volunteer Minister Corps, "Something can be done about it," was put into action this month as Seattle volunteers celebrated the holidays at Food Lifeline.
Retired army veteran Jason Martin recently visited La Ceiba, Honduras, where he distributed copies of The Way to Happiness to those in need.
Studies show definitively that crime-prompted calls for police at convenience stores far outnumber those by topless clubs, despite the common misconception nightclubs generate violent crime.
Understanding human rights is the first step to gaining these rights for oneself and others.
Last year, homelessness was declared a state of emergency in nine U.S. jurisdictions. This upward trend in "the new homeless" in post-Recession America is the focus of "YHomeless", a feature length documentary directed by Glen Dunzweiler, released by Cinema Libre Studio on DVD and Video on Demand this month.
Scientology Volunteer Ministers continue their work in Nepal, helping the country recover from the 2015 earthquakes.
"Heard, Not Judged" is a national report about young men of color and their need for information and services to better their lives. It's part of President Obama's My Brother's Keeper Initiative.
Burundi physician establishes 50-member Scientology Volunteer Ministers Group to bring real help to the people of his country.
The Board is confident that Budnick will successfully lead the nonprofit's current program in Wake County and its expansion in the state.
In his recent TedX talk, Joe DeLoss provides a great goal of choosing to value people by their future rather than their past. By focusing on the future, we can help break the cycles of poverty and incarceration. The hard part in this vision is that it is disruptive to both human resources/hiring and the indiviuals themselves
Homeless Help Kits to provide healthy snacks and personal care essentials for those in need.