PHILIPPINES VM DISASTER RESPONSE IN THE WAKE OF TYPHOON HAIYAN
Over 10,000 people are believed dead after one of the worst storms
ever recorded, Typhoon Haiyan, made landfall in the Philippines on
November 8, 2013.
Unleashing ferocious winds with gusts of up to 235 miles per hour
and giant waves, Typhoon Haiyan leveled or washed away homes and
schools and damaged over 90 percent of the infrastructure in the
areas hit. An estimated 5 million people are affected and there is
currently a severe shortage of food and clean water.
In alignment with the purpose of the Scientology Volunteer
Ministers program—to bring effective help wherever and whenever
most needed—the IAS has provided an emergency grant for VM disaster
response efforts in the affected areas in the Philippines.
The grant funds flying in a team of professional VMs, including IAS
Freedom Medal Winner Ayal Lindeman, to direct the VM disaster
response activities. They will train up a large team of local VMs
so they will be able to help the scores of traumatized people with
assists and VM tech, help with food distribution, removing debris
from streets and cleaning up houses.
The grant covers local transport costs, food, water, water filters,
cell phones, protective gear and tools. It also includes bicycles
as no cars can travel to many of the disaster-stricken areas.
The Volunteer Ministers will travel to the worst hit areas
including Samar Island, Cebu Province, Tacloban City and Leyte
Province, to provide their services to those in need, and to the
rescue workers helping them.
Volunteer Minister disaster response is made possible
only through your support of the IAS.
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And the local “OTC” is getting on board.
But horror of horrors, don’t let this get onto the Razzline!
Just make your “flow” now and let me know so I can ensure I collect my commission (as I am not making a hell of a lot of commissions trying to get people to give money for this stupid PAC Auditorium).
Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2013
From: PAC OTC <[email protected]>
Reply-To: [email protected]
Subject: VM Mobilization to the Philippines
PLEASE DO NOT POST ON RAZZLINE
Dear PAC OTC,
Although I am working on the PAC Base Auditorium Project, I felt compelled to send this email to you as Scientologist to Scientologist. You’ve heard of the devastation in the Philippines from one of the worst storms to reach landfall in recorded history. More than 1,800 have perished and hundreds of thousands have been displaced. Thankfully, we are there helping. IAS Freedom Medal and VM extraordinaire winner A. Linderman is in the Philippines now with other VMs putting order into chaos and helping the Philippine people with assists and other VM tech. Supplies and many more VMs are needed. This is all being funded by an IAS grant.
If you can make a flow to the IAS now, you will be helping to salvage these people and convert unimaginable amounts of entheta to theta. So please call your IAS terminal of choice now, or as soon as you can, to make your flow. It doesn’t matter if it is a little flow. Lots of little flows will equal one big flow.
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If you do end up making a donation, please shoot me an email and let me know.
PAC OT Committee