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In Canada, a group of Scientologists spends many weeks each year raising funds to sponsor visits to summer camps by underprivileged children. Church members utilize their artistic talents to bring new experiences and joy to children by performing puppet shows in orphanages, schools and shopping malls, and magic shows for children in foster homes.

Scientologists can also be found in many communities contributing to the care of the elderly. They visit old-age homes and provide entertainment, draw sketches or just drop by and talk with senior citizens. You will find Scientologists helping with “community cleanup” campaigns and assistance to the injured at Veterans Administration hospitals.

Scientologists have taken a leading role fighting drug abuse, actively educating community officials and groups on the dangers of drugs and solutions to the problems. There are many groups utilizing L. Ron Hubbard’s technology and freeing people from the devastating effects of drugs.


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