Scientology Volunteer Ministers: Expanding its volunteer activities in Cape Town

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Scientology Volunteer Ministers: 939 buildings sanitized for Gauteng Social Development Department
Scientology Volunteer Ministers: 939 buildings sanitized for Gauteng Social Development Department

A new team just formed up in Cape Town to repeat all sanitization activities that have been done successfully by Scientology Volunteer Ministers in Gauteng since lockdown was announced two months ago.  Those activities include as a priority the sanitization of essential services such as government offices, fire stations, emergency cars, clinics and hospitals but as well taxis, shelters, orphanages and more to ensure people are safer during lockdown.

 

Using a decontaminant called Decon 7 – Decon stands for “Decontamination” and 7 means the strongest of its kind – the Volunteer Ministers have decided to get the sanitization activities going in Cape Town, Mitchells Plain and other areas of Western Cape to make the province that suffers the most so far from the virus safer.  They are not unaware of the danger this represents but they do want to help revert the scene.

So far in Gauteng, the Scientology Volunteer Ministers there have sanitized:

  • 4,400 buildings, from one-floor shelters all the way to 20-floor government buildings
  • 5 million square meters of buildings or the equivalent of more than 900 footballs fields
  • 41,000 vehicles, including 36,000 taxis, fire trucks, ambulances and police cars

All of which totaled 120,000 volunteer hours given in the Gauteng area to assist people in such times and everything financed from their own pockets to the tune of more than R15, 000,000 so far.

“That’s inspiring work!  We want to get this going in Cape Town now,” said Mandy Pelser, spokesperson for the Scientology Volunteer Ministers.  “We are very thrilled to get going.  People are already calling us for assistance.  We are ready to start,” she said.

Pelser adds that they are able to get a lot done as they studied the technology of Volunteer Ministers written by L. Ron Hubbard for South Africa some 50 years ago. “Something Can be Done About it” is their motto.

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