Austrian Scientologists Announce Opening of New Volunteer Center

Austrian Scientologists are proud to announce the opening of a new Scientology Volunteer Ministers Center in Vienna. Opened last month, the Center was established to provide service to the community.

The Scientology Volunteer Ministers program (VMs) was established by Scientology founder, L. Ron Hubbard in 1976. Some 100,000 VMs in 120 nations helped more than 1.6 million people in the last year alone, making the Scientology Volunteer Ministers the largest independent relief organization on Earth.

With the motto, “Something CAN be done about it,” Scientology Volunteer Ministers teams helped at Ground Zero after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11 in New York. They served in Indonesia, Thailand, Sri Lanka and India after the 2004 South Asian tsunami . In fact, in countries around the world, volunteer ministers are on hand at forest or brush fires, hurricanes, earthquakes, floods or man-made disaster.

For more information on the Volunteer Ministers and 9/11, please see this archive from Operation Clambake.