All the staff members and volunteers work together for loading and unloading relief supplies.
When unloading relief supplies from a 4-ton truck, we all line up and hand relief supplies to each other.
In night meetings we review how the distribution went on the day and what evacuees need most.
"Now that evacuees have enough rice, we should supply something to make accompanying dishes."
"Evacuees would be delighted with newspapers, as they have little information sources."
"Evacuees want portable partitions."
There are many other demands.
We also plan how we distribute relief supplies the following day.
Since petrol is still hard to get, we have to plan an effective distribution route.
The following morning, we load up trucks with relief supplies as planed, and each truck goes to its destination.
Five trucks are going to Minami-Sanriku, Onagawa, Ishinomaki, and Tome today.
We sincerely give our gratitude to you all for your warming support.