Clearwater, FL, November 26, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- On Saturday, November 26th, She Helps to Empower (S.H.E.) will have their “Kids Day” community event in the Fort Harrison, the Church of Scientology’s international religious retreat. This is where over 100 kids and parents will come together to learn about morality, the truth about drugs and their human rights from their peers.
Three young adults will present three of the Church of Scientology-supported humanitarian programs to the group; Foundation for a Drug Free World, United for Human Rights and The Way to Happiness. Each is its own non-profit organization, educating and eradicating drug abuse, human rights abuses and immorality.
Tranette Engram, founder of S.H.E. said, “It is obvious when a youth does not fully understand something. I believe that they will understand these programs better coming from one youth to another. And the areas that these programs address are very important for them to understand.”
First, 17 year old Robin Chiancianesi will speak about The Way to Happiness. Written by L. Ron Hubbard, this booklet fills the moral vacuum in an increasingly materialistic society, containing 21 basic principles that guide one to a better quality of life. The mission of The Way to Happiness Foundation International is to reverse the moral decay of society by restoring trust and honesty the world over through the publication and widespread distribution of The Way to Happiness, a common sense guide to better living.
Then 15 year old Emma Ashton will speak about United for Human Rights. United for Human Rights is an international non-profit, non-religious educational program based off of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Its purpose is to teach youth their human rights to create valuable advocates for tolerance and peace.
14 year old Veronica Zaniboni will speak about the Truth About Drugs program. This program educates youth and adults on factual information about drugs so they can make informed decisions and live drug-free. These materials have helped people around the world learn about the destructive side effects of drugs and thereby make the decision for themselves to not use them.
“The Fort Harrison’s doors are open for non-profit organizations and charities to hold their own events like this one,” said Dylan Pires, Community Affairs Director for the Church of Scientology.
The Fort Harrison Religious Retreat:
Since its construction in 1927, the Fort Harrison has been the home for many community events and charitable organizations. The Fort Harrison’s current owner, the Church of Scientology, has hosted over 500 community events there since a top-to-bottom restoration in 2009. The Scientology religion was founded by humanitarian and philosopher, L. Ron Hubbard, and incorporated in 1954. To learn more, visit www.scientology.org.