Volunteers from the Church of Scientology Cambridge say, "making positive change is in your hands."
Supporting honesty and self-respect in the community
Volunteers from the Church of Scientology Twin Cities and The Way to Happiness Association pitch in on MAD DADS cleanup in a rough neighborhood.
Ethical Index - Tracking the Morality of people you know of
Volunteers from The Way to Happiness Association of Toronto joined the Walk For Values 2019
"The Way to Happiness"—in support of the new era South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa envisions
The Church of Scientology Nashville with The Way to Happiness Association of Tennessee observed International Day of Happiness with a special youth presentation from a diverse group of Nashville children.
Entrepreneur awarded for his community spirit and the positive change he is accomplishing in the Philippines.
Top company legal minds assemble in New York City to discuss integrity as a performance accelerator.
With early voting beginning tomorrow, Walker calls for debate
National MAD DADS President, and founder and President of the Minneapolis chapter, V.J. Smith is reclaiming the neighborhoods of Minneapolis with the help of The Way to Happiness
Volunteers gathered in a Paris suburb for a neighborhood cleanup and to hand out copies of the common-sense moral code from which the group takes its name
Rev. Leon Kelly: Making the Denver inner city streets safe throughout the year
Diversity marks the third annual Friendship Day open house at Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville
The Way to Happiness Association of Tennessee celebrated Father's Day by pointing out the importance of honoring one's parents.
The Way to Happiness group of the Church of Scientology of New Mexico supports local trail cleanup project
The Church of Scientology Life Improvement Center in Downtown Seattle and the Seattle chapter of The Way to Happiness Foundation joined forces by sharing a simple guide to better living with hundreds of people on International Day of Happiness.
With tempers taut over austerity measures and a crippling seven-year recession, volunteers from the Church of Scientology Athens urge common sense with a nonreligious moral code that can help people turn their lives around.
One man's work to uplift the people of his country with The Way to Happiness
The Way to Happiness Association of Tampa Bay hosted a Hispanic Heritage Festival and community day for the Clearwater community.
Retired army veteran Jason Martin recently visited La Ceiba, Honduras, where he distributed copies of The Way to Happiness to those in need.
Residents in Seattle's Queen Anne neighborhood enjoyed the annual National Night Out block party at the Church of Scientology.
Lowering crime through neighborhood cleanups.
The Seattle Chapter of The Way to Happiness Foundation celebrated Friendship Day by reaching out to their community with the common-sense moral code that helps create lasting friendships by instilling decency and respect.
The Kaohsiung chapter of The Way to Happiness Foundation puts the precept "Safeguard and Improve Your Environment" into practical terms with a cleanup of Cijin Beach.
An open house on environmental issues focused on the connection between environmental crime and morality and a humanitarian program the Church supports to instill moral values.
St. Petersburg volunteers share The Way to Happiness with those celebrating Russia Day.
London's Metropolitan Police Service announced last month there were more than 9,000 knife crime incidents in London in the year ending April 2016. An open house at the Church of Scientology London provided the community with an effective tool to tackle this crime wave.
The Church of Scientology Pretoria teamed up with a local business executive to help people find happiness, using the nonreligious moral code The Way to Happiness.
Scientology Volunteer Minister seminars are making an impact in villages in western Kenya.
Volunteers encouraged fellow Sacramentans to help take care of the planet on World Environment Day.
Closed-door conference organized by Citizens Commission on Human Rights
St. Petersburg, Russia, reveals psychiatric fraud and flagrant violations of human rights.
American College of Healthcare Sciences (ACHS) has been honored with a 2016 When Work Works Award for its use of effective workplace strategies to increase business and employee success.