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2011.04.05

Third distribution of UNIQLO clothing and your emergency goods in Ishinomaki City!

On April 2nd and 3rd at three points at Ishinomaki City, with the help of 1,256 local residents, we were able to distribute clothing that UNIQLO has provided us along with the emergency goods that many of you have been posting to our warehouse. Thus far, we have distributed goods to total of 2,015 people.

Thank you very much to all those that have voluntarily helped us with the distribution, as well as to those of you that have kindly sent us the emergency goods, from all over Japan!

Among those that you have sent, as we expected, rubber boots are in the highest demand.

These goods are needed to remove the sludge.

Disposable heat packs as well as scarf-type towels were very popular, as it still gets very cold at night here in the north of Japan.

JEN is calling for more emergency goods to be sent to our warehouse, until April 7th.
The goods that we are asking for, and the instructions can be found here.

It has been three weeks since the earthquake, but we are still receiving many support from you - we are very grateful for this.

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UNIQLO clothing to be distributed at Omagari Elementary School
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JEN staff handing out goods to the local residents

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<Goods distributed so far at Ishinomaki City>

Daily necessities (diapers for adults, diapers for children, women’s hygiene goods, preserve food, canned food, wet towels, urine pads, cleaning equipments, rubber boots, disposable heat packs etc)
Distributed to: Ishinomaki City Matunami, Koganehama, Ohkaidou, Watanoha, local residents of 2,015

UNIQLO clothing, approximately 7,000 items
Distributed to: Ishinomaki City Matunami, Koganehama, Ohkaidou, Watanoha, local residents of 2,015

Kerosene, 1,900 liters
Distributed to: Ayukawa, Oikawa, Komuro, Udagawacho, Watanoha,Daimonchou, Minatomachi, local households

April 5, 2011 in Tohoku earthquake |