THE CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY ACTIVE IN THE COMMUNITY
In Auckland, New Zealand, they run a literacy program to teach reading to young people who are unemployed or involved with drugs and crime. Many participants in the program have stopped taking drugs and expressed an interest in returning to school to complete their education, while others have found jobs and become productive members of the community.
In Germany, Church volunteers also provide musical entertainment for the elderly at old-age homes, and during the winter they give warm clothing, food and hot drinks to the homeless in Hanover, Stuttgart and Düsseldorf.
Volunteers in France also regularly distribute food and clothing to those in need, while in nearby Belgium, local Scientologists supported an annual 24-hour bicycle race, raising funds for cancer research.
In South Africa, Church volunteers visit prisons where they conduct seminars to show inmates how to live honest and more fulfilling lives.
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