QuantaSTAT Finalist at PSCR’s 2021 Annual Stakeholder Pulse Accelerator Event

QuantaSTAT is honored to announce that it has been selected as a finalist in the much anticipated Pulse Accelerator Final Event hosted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), U.S. Department of Commerce and The Public Safety of Communication Research (PSCR.) Pulse is designed to help accelerate the growth and development of public safety … Read more

Freewinds and Scientology Volunteer Ministers Respond to Volcanic Eruption in St. Vincent and the Grenadines

When La Soufrière erupted, forcing the evacuation of 16,000, the Freewinds, the Church of Scientology religious retreat and humanitarian ship in the Caribbean, responded with help. The ship sent a 40-foot container to Kingston containing more than 13,000 pounds of water storage tanks, respirators, blankets, tools and hygiene kits to help provide for the basic needs of … Read more

On Earth Day, Z Sphere Development LLC and WeSolar CSP Inc. Announce MOU Collaboration to Safeguard Island Communities From Natural Disasters

Z Sphere Development LLC (www.myzsphere.com) and WeSolar CSP (www.wesolarcsp.com) are collaborating to bring the world’s first cutting-edge resilient solar technology and building architecture to reality. Natural disasters are becoming more frequent and more severe. A Z Sphere is a geodesic structure that can be used as a municipal, commercial or residential building, offering fresh water … Read more

First Responders Resiliency, Inc. Launches Capital Campaign for Treatment Center

First Responders Resiliency, Inc. (FRRI), a ground-breaking nonprofit dedicated to training first responders and their families, is pleased to announce a Capital Campaign to build the first-of-its-kind First Responder Resiliency Center in Sonoma County, California. Founded in 2018, FRRI’s award-winning, proactive behavioral wellness program has since signed a two-year contract with CAL FIRE, trained more than … Read more

Cold and Hungry, Marginalized Families Need Help. Volunteer Ministers of Budapest Join Other Nonprofits to Provide Winter Jackets and Food

Many Hungarian families, already challenged financially before COVID-19, depend on the country’s charities to make it through these trying times. Because of the pandemic, food insecurity or hunger have become facts of life for many families in the country. Raising donations of food and goods and working with other Hungarian charities, the Volunteer Ministers (VMs) from the Church … Read more

Scientology Volunteer Ministers to Return to Croatia With Additional Humanitarian Aid

It was far from a typical New Year for families in Sisak-Moslavina County of Croatia and parts of Zagreb this year. Volunteer Ministers of Northern Italy responded to the 6.4 magnitude earthquake that struck December 29 leaving eight dead and severely damaging more than 9,000 buildings, including the region’s largest hospital. The worst earthquake to … Read more