A Midrand based Non-profit organization, Scientology Volunteer Ministers have now donated 351,500 hours of volunteer work since lockdown started in March to assist the people of South Africa with sanitization.
Being very much aware of the threat Covid-19 can cause, the NPO has dedicatedly worked 15 hours a day, 7 days a week to help mitigate the spread in the country.
With a team of 300 volunteers, they have worked non-stop to assist essential services as a priority so they can continue caring for the country and its people.
They claim to have sanitized more than 19,351 buildings including government offices, army bases, municipality buildings, clinics and hospitals, Metro Police Stations and busses and train stations such as Park station.
The organization also says that they have sanitized over 500,000 at the tune of 13,000 a day.
“It is hard work, sweat and tears at time but seeing how vital it is and how people really appreciate the work, the tears dry up quickly and we keep at it,” said Sandile Hlayisi, Public Affairs for the Scientology Volunteer Ministers. “But overall, it is thrilling and exciting. When we see how much we can assist our President, our country and its people, everything is worthwhile. We are proud to assist,” did he add.
Many who have been helped are laudatory about the work the Scientology Volunteer Ministers have done since lockdown. South African celebrity film actor Peter se-puma said, “From myself and on behalf of all South Africans, we are truly grateful and appreciate the help from the Scientology Volunteer Ministers.”
” Deputy Director General for Transport in the Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport Mr. Freeman Masuku said, “It’s a beautiful moment, the work that is being done, the purpose, the passion and dedication to see these volunteers at our taxi ranks by 4am ready for work. The appreciation and the enormity of the task, 135,000 taxis, no easy feat! We are very impressed.”
“We are empowered with the Volunteer Minister technology written by L. Ron Hubbard more than 50 years ago for South Africa. This comes with a big responsibility. And we use it at the service of our fellowman with pride and dignity,” Hlayisi ended with.