19 December 2013 – Harumi KAWAGOE (On the right hand side), a member of Tokyo Office, AAR Japan, giving a chocolate with a message to a woman at Nakazuma Temporary Housing Complex, Kamaishi City, Iwate. “The message made me cheerful.” The woman said.
15 December 2012 – Participants were talking about their current daily life and concerns. Natsuki MATSUMOTO, a member of Tokyo Office, AAR Japan is on the right hand side.
15 December 2012 at Gangoya Temporary Housing Complex, Shinchimachi Town, Fukushima – “Both pink and blue packages are cute.” A girl smiled.
15 December 2012 – “Messages from distant areas make me so happy.” A reaction to receiving a message from Fukuoka Prefecture, south western part of Japan.
Kids also helped to deliver chocolates
18 December 2012 - Kids who helped delivery of chocolates and Teruyo MIYAKAWA (On the right hand side), Hiromi SATO (On the second from the right), both are members of Morioka Office, AAR Japan.
|18 December 2012 at Massakicho Yamagishi Housing Complex - “The message is written here. ” Hiromi SATO, a member of Morioka Office, AAR Japan, gave a chocolate to a resident.|
18 December 2012 at Massakicho Yamagishi Housing Complex – “Thank you all for sending these from all over the country.”
AAR will continue our activity to deliver not only goods but also love and support from now on. “MAGOKORO” campaign will continue until the end of March 2013. Your continued support would be very much appreciated.