What is the Kobe International Sustaining Organization?

 東北ボランティア,熊本県益城,福岡県松末,岡山県真備,広島県小屋浦,呉市市原,愛媛県肱川,北海道厚真町,佐賀県武雄など,および海外ボランティアは常時募集しています。「スケジュール」をご覧ください。 ⇒ スケジュール

We are always looking for volunteers at Tohoku, North part of Kyushu Mashiki in Kumamoto and Masue in Fukuoka, Mabi in Okayama, Koyaura, Kure in Hiroshima, Hijikawa in Ehime, Atsuma in Hokkaido, Saga and overseas.
Please chose to apply for food distribution work, agricultural support activities (non-pesticide, organic farming at Nishiku, Kobe City), or listening volunteers.



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Young people who go to the affected areas immediately.


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 [旧称   神戸国際支機構 Kobe International Supporting Organization] ⇒ Kobe International Sustaining Organization   

 神戸国際支機構(KISO)は,2001[平成13]年10月20日に,主幹1名,事務局長1名を選出し,事務局を 神戸市垂水区狩口台5-1-101 に置くことを決定しました。

[Former name: Kobe International Supporting Organization]
The Kobe International Sustaining Organization (KISO) was established on October 20, 2001 and we elected one chief secretary general and one executive director. We decided to place the main office at 1-101 Kariguchi-dai 5-chome,Tarumi,  Kobe,  Japan  655-0049.


In April 2017, Yoshio Iwamura became the Director & Chairman, and Hirotaka Murakami was elected as the representative, and Toshihisa Honda was elected as the secretary general of the organization. In our principle, we hold regularly director meeting once a month and it still continues until now.
Registered as a general incorporated association on September 13, 2011.

 正式名称は「神戸国際支機構」です。英語名は従来通り,Kobe International Sustaining Organization。 略称は KISO。
e-mailは kiso@mbe.nifty.com   

The official name is the “Kobe International Sustaining Organization”. (KISO)
Email: kiso@mbe.nifty.com
  We don’t use LINE.

(社)神戸国際支縁機構 石巻支所
住 所 : 〒986-2121 宮城県石巻市渡波町3-5-37
所 長 : 阿部捷一支所長逝去のため,阿部とよ子夫人が代行
電 話 : (0225) 24-3107

住 所 : 〒862-0939 熊本市東区長嶺南4-4-27 ウイングアイ303

Kobe International Sustaining Organization Ishinomaki Branch

Address: 5-37 Watanoha 3-chome, Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture  986-2121
Chief : Toyoko Abe (Reliefer) 
Phone : (0225) 24-3107

Kumamoto Branch
Address: Wing-I 303, 4-27 Nagamineminami 4-chome, Higashi-ku, Kumamoto City 862-0939
Kenjiro Oshima

『ラダー スルテン紙』(2019年5月10日付)。


『読売新聞』(2017年8月28日付)  “Yomiuri Shimbun” (August 28, 2017)

「縁」relationship もゆかりもない東北に出かけて,痛み,つらさ,悲しみを共有した時に,家族のような「絆」bond ができました。ボランティアはつなぎ目の働きでしょう。
 「人は“縁”という糸で,誰かと結ばれています。深い。浅い。近い。遠い。縁もいろいろですが,困ったときは人の縁に感謝します。……ほころび,途切れた社会の縁を何とか結び直さねばなりません。……縁を支える別の糸が要るのかもしれません。いろんな糸をよりあわせれば強くしなやかな縁になります。震災を経験した私たちはそのことを痛感しているのではありませんか。」(神戸新聞「正平調」改 2012年3月28日付)。

On March 11, 2011, the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami occurred. Three days later, we started preparing volunteer activities to support the poor and victims in the affected area. We started to ask for materials and goods through mass media from 16th. On March 20, we headed to Sendai and Ishinomaki City, and the opportunity to live together with local people was born.

Therefore, we decided to change the word in our organization name, from “supporting” to “sustaining”.

We went out to Tohoku, where there was no relationship before, and when we shared their pain and sorrows, we could establish the “bond” like a family. Volunteer work is just like a connection of bond.

“People are connected with someone by a string of ‘En (relationship)’. Deep, shallow, close, far. There are many ‘En’, but when you are in trouble, you appreciate ‘En’ with other people. Frayed and broken ‘En’ of society should manage to re-tie it. It may need other strings to support ‘En’. When various types of string came together, ‘En’ becomes stronger and flexible. Don’t we realize it as who experienced the earthquake disasters, do we?” (Kobe Shimbun. “Seiheicho”. March 28, 2012)


Since 3.11, we visit the affected area to do volunteers almost every month. Our visit has already become more than 86 times.
Started FACEBOOK from November 6, 2015.

  しあわせ運べるように  To be able to deliver happiness

Please refer details through the schedule, volunteer recruitment and Volunteer-Do.

宮城県石巻市門脇町 2016年12月23日撮影 Current Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture.

今の宮城県石巻市 被災地を見よ
Look at the affected area.

混沌の時代 21世紀の親鸞,法然が現れよ

The era of chaos.
Appear Sinran and Honen of the 21st century


    Ⓒ石巻市渡波 2011年3月21日(月)午後4時12分 SONY Cyber-shot DSC-TX1 撮影 岩村義雄 20110321 ④ Downtown b008c2 Tanigawa Watanoha, Ishinomaki City. 4:12 pm, March 21, 2011 (Monday) SONY Cyber-shot DSC-TX1 Photo by Iwamura

Q: 会が発足したきっかけは何ですか
A: 2001年10月7日,米国ニューヨーク市の同時多発テロの報復として,「対テロ戦争」という名目でアフガニスタンに空爆を開始。アメリカは当初,攻撃目標は軍事目標に限定していると発表していましたが,誤爆などで住宅や民間施設も被害にあいました。その結果,多くの人命が失われました。戦争から逃れるために多くの難民が発生することになり,何かできることがないだろうかという感性に基づいて情報収集,セミナー,支援活動を始めていくことになりました。戦争,震災などで傷ついた人々と共生,共苦,苦縁のために小さな働きを始めました。

 2001年9月11日 アメリカ同時多発テロ

 日本は1981年に難民条約に加入。日本への難民申請が3年間で23487人に及びます。世界には薬6500万人の保護が必要な方がいます。113人にひとりは難民であり,増え続けています。日本の法務省が認めた難民の数は3年間でわずか66人です。難民は密入国者や,移民とは異なります。日本では難民申請者が10,901人ですが,認定数は28人にすぎません「平成27年における難民認定者数について」(法務省 2017年2月10日 速報値)。

  難民鎖国 STOP!

Q: What was the purpose to establish the organization?
On October 7, 2001, as retaliation of simultaneous terrorist attacks in New York City in the United States, the US started air striking in Afghanistan under the name of “war against terror”. In the beginning, the US announced that the target of attack was limited to military objects. However, civilian’s houses and private facilities were also damaged due to the errant bomb attacks. As a result, so many lives have been lost. Many refugees were born to escape from war, and we started to collect information, operate seminars and supporting activities based on the feeling that there is something we can do. We started our small action to do “Co-existence, Share sufferings, Ku-en (connection born from sharing sufferings)” with the people who got hurt by wars and disasters.

The September 11 attacks. September 11, 2001.

The organization is neither a political group nor a profit group nor a professional group. We live for others, suffer together and share bowl of sorrow.

Japan has declared internationally that receive refugees. There are cases that people escape from own country to Japan for seeking security, because their lives in danger due to the political and ideological position in their own country are not accepted. However, Japan’s response does not accept most of refugee applications. Immediately, people are caught and imposed in the detention center of the Ministry of Justice. Their human rights and freedom are deprived. If people are forcibly repatriated, they will be punished in their home, but Japan doesn’t think about it and act forcible repatriation. Japan refuses even refugee applicants that the UN recognizes.

Japan joined the Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees on 1981. There are 23,487 refugee applications to Japan in three years. There are 65 million people who need protection in the world. One in 113 people is a refugee and it continues to increase. The number of refugees that are recognized by the Ministry of Justice in Japan is only 66 people in three years. Refugees are different from illegal immigrants and immigrants.

There are 10,901 refugee applicants in Japan, but the number of accreditation is only 28 people. “About the number of refugee accreditations in 2015” (Preliminary report data on February 10, 2017. Ministry of Justice)

The current three accommodation centers in Japan are terrible condition and it just like the modern Auschwitz. People who commit suicides or lost their mind are increasing.

Therefore, until Japan becomes to consider escaping people from other country and give humanitarian act that should be done as human beings, we continue to participate in the Forum of Solidarity Network with Migrants Japan and seek “Multinational and multicultural coexistence society that we make”.

Stop a closed-door policy for refugees!

Q : 東日本大震災前までまでどんなイベントをしましたか
A : 「足元からの難民支援」講座,ミャンマーの難民申請者を支援するための研究会を発足。神戸市垂水区で,はじめてイラク展を開催。イラクの民衆の生活などをパネル展示,手づくりの絵本展示,現地の状況を報告。2005年,日野原重明氏の「震災10年 ・みんなで考える命の尊さ」,2006年,前日本銀行総裁の速水優氏による「明日の日本を考える」集会を開催。神戸文化ホールで「マザー・テレサ」映画を上映。2009年,カナダから11名の教育関係者を招き,神戸カナダ教育文化交流事業学校訪問を主催。

Q: What kind of events had we done before the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami?
A: We established the study group to support the refugee applicant of Myanmar and also conducted the lecture of “Support for refugees from the bottom”. We held the first Iraq exhibition in Tarumizu, Kobe City. We exhibited panel of lives of Iraqi people and handmade picture books, and reported about the real situation on the ground. In 2005, we organized “The tenth years of the Earthquake. Think about the importance of lives together” by Mr. Shigeaki Hinohara, and “Think about the future of Japan” by former president of Bank of Japan, Masaru Hayami. We screened the film “Mother Teresa” at the Kobe Cultural Hall. In 2009, we invited 11 educational officials from Canada, and conducted the Kobe-Canada educational exchange program to visit schools.
We have been sponsered from Hyogo Prefecture, Hyogo Educational Committee, Kobe City, Kobe Educational Committee, NHK Kobe Branch, Asahi Shimbun, Mainichi Shimbun, Yomiuri Shimbun, Sankei Shimbun, Kobe Shimbun, Sun TV, Radio Kansai and Japan Bible Society and others until 2011.


『みんなあつまれ』(兵庫県青少年団体連絡協議会 2019年 7頁)。


Q: What kind of activities are we doing every month?
A: The Tohoku earthquake and tsunami occurred at 2:46 pm on March 11, 2011. Three days later, we started to prepare volunteer work. Through coexistence with people of Watanoha, Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture, the Kobe International Sustaining Organization (former name was the Kobe International Supporting Organization) was established in September 2011.  We changed the word “supporting” to “sustaining”.

For the recovery of natural ecology that was forgotten because of pursing greedy wealth, we continue volunteering for agriculture, forestry, fishery, roadside improvement and listening people continuously every month.

We visit not only Miyagi Prefecture, but also Fukushima Prefecture, Iwate Prefecture, flood damage in Tanba, flood damage in Kinugawa River, Kumamoto-Oita earthquake and heavy rain at north part of Kyushu, Western Japan Flood.

We also go for overseas natural disaster affected areas such as China, Philippines, Vanuatu, Nepal, Vietnam, and Syria, for their restoration, reconstruction and resurrection. We are constructing facilities for orphans. Foster parents in Japan will support the education expenses 3,000 yen a month until the orphan becomes an adult through “Kayoko Fund”. Young volunteers, who participated in Tohoku, serve for victims and children who lost their parents, homes and friends.

We also work hard for the cycle of natural ecology that of “Resurrection of Rice Field, Mountain, and Bay”.

Since the summer of 3.11, we do agriculture, forestry and fishery volunteers every month, and from June of following year, we operate the listening volunteer at Watanoha, Ishinomaki City for rebuilding town.

The organization is also working, as a member of the Hyogo Youth Services Administration (Youth group council affiliated organization), for youth generation who are responsible for future of Japan to have experience in activities.
During the visit of the 1st Vanuatu, the 1st Nepal and the 1st Vietnam in 2015, our administrative director of the organization went to do relief activities for children with the letters of Mr. Toshizo Ido, Governor of Hyogo Prefecture and Hisamoto Kizo, Mayor of Kobe City.


Q : 国内では何をしてきましたか
毎週,機構の東北ボランティア参加者の有志は,神戸市東遊園地[市役所隣]で炊き出しを2014年4月から開始。阪神・淡路大震災により家族,仕事,家を失った人たちと共生します。「路上で生活をしている人」(英語 Bag people《身の回りの物を紙袋に入れて持ち歩く様子から》)が生活,就労できるようにお手伝いさせていただきます。
 就労として機構が契約している神戸市西区友清の田畑で共に土を耕し,無農薬,有機により作物を栽培し,収穫したものを食べていく自産自消(じさんじしょう) 「自分で作って,自分で食べる(消費する)」を目指します。

Q: What do we do in Japan?
A: Since April 2014, our Tohoku volunteer participants started every week food distribution at Kobe City Higashi Amusement Park (next to the city hall). We live together with people who lost their families, works and homes by the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake. We help “people live on the street (in English ‘Bag people’, from the figure that people walking with carrying their personal belongings in paper bags) to make living and finding work.

We seek to eat food that we cultivate ourselves “自産自消 (cultivate by yourself and eat by yourself)” together, while cultivating and growing organic, non-pesticide corps on the farm ground at Tomokiyo Nishi-ku Kobe City, which the organization contracts it as the place for people to work.

On April 23, 2012, we conducted a lecture by Hiroshi Kameyama, Mayor of Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture, at the Kobe Cultural Hall. On September 16, 2015, two university students, who participated in the 2nd Nepal Volunteer, reported about their experience at the Hyogo Prefectural Hall.

Q :  毎月,どんな継続した集いがありますか
日本で一番貧しい労働者がいる釜ヶ崎と連帯する講座として本田哲郎セミナー(毎月第三金曜日午前10時)を開催。神戸新聞会館で,「『死』を考える」講座を2011年4月から依頼されました。「Let’s 農林漁」(毎月第4土午前10時)で無農薬,有機の農法を学習。食育について保田 茂講師から若者たちが学び,兵庫県神戸市西区,宮城県石巻市の田畑で実践しています。反収(たんしゅう)あたりの経済能率,効率を追い求める農業に決別を告げます。農薬,化学肥料は日本人の健康を損なうばかりか自然生態をだめにしています。「田(た)・山(やま)・湾(わん)の復活」を掲げ,里山,里海主義です。米国「Fortune誌」の調査 中小企業白書では会社の寿命は5年程度にすぎません。

Q: Do we have a regular monthly gathering?
A: We conduct the seminar by Tetsuro Honda (10 am on the third Friday of every month) as a lecture to cooperate with Kamagasaki where has the poorest workers in Japan. At the Kobe Shimbun Hall, we continue the course of “think about the ‘death’” since April 2011. Also, we study about non-pesticide and organic agricultural method at the “Let’s do agriculture, forestry and fishery (10 am on the fourth Saturday of every month)” course. We break up the agricultural methods that pursue economic benefit and efficiency of production per a field. Pesticides and chemical fertilizers destroy not only the health of the Japanese people but also the natural ecology. We rise up the “Resurrection of Rice Field, Mountain, and Bay”, and we are naturalist with local mountains and seas. According to the white paper on small and medium-sized businesses survey of the US magazine “Fortune”, the average of company life is about 5 years.

We practice lectures and enlightenment so that young people can judge that farming, fishing and hunting are better for as a work. Not only Japan, we will make a secured and peaceful hometown where we can live comfortably while utilizing the rich nature, natural recourses and energy of the Earth.

Q : 会はどのように運営されていますか。
 原則として,セミナー会費は,一律1,000円です。会費は会場費と講師謝礼に充てられています。「Let’s 農林漁」の場合,500円です。
 2011年9月13日に,法人申請が受理されました。会の財政的基盤を確立しなければ,東北ボランティアの交通費や,事務局の運営などが成り立ちません。2012年度は助成があり,兵庫県立農業高等学校などの交通費をまかなうことができました。しかし,2013年以降,つまり1年半経ちますと助成申請はやめました。若者たちが毎月,被災地へ行くことができるようにやりくりをしています。事務局の近隣の方々,垂水朝祷会,ボランティア参加者,企業,各種団体,寺社仏閣,教会,多くの有志のみなさまの維持会費によってて支えられています。 現在,維持会費によってボランティアに要する交通費年間500万円近くをまかなっています。参加費での不足を寄附で補っています。



    維持のための本会員は,     一口 2,400円/一年。(月に200円×12ヶ月)
    維持のための賛助会員は,    一口 5,000円/一年。
    維持のためのオーナー会員は,一口 10,000円/一年。
    海外の孤児 「カヨ子基金」   一口  3,000円/月。現地に全額が直接手渡されます。


 郵便振替  口座 00900-8-58077 加入者名 一般社団法人 神戸国際支縁機構
 三菱東京UFJ銀行 462(三宮支店) 普通 3169863  神戸国際支縁機構 岩村義雄


代表:村上裕隆 事務局長:本田 寿久 事務局:山本智也,大島健二郎,宮田佳典,水谷弥生,徳留由美,土手ゆき子,櫻井由里子,吉川 潤,忠内 一由,忠内有紀,佐々木美和,堀 浩一,田村晋作,松本真祐

Q: How is the organization managed?
A: Currently, we do not collect annual fee or any other else.

As a general rule, the seminar attendance fee is 1,000 yen. This fee is spent for the venue renting fee and the gratuity for the speakers. Participation fee for “Let’s do agriculture, forestry and fishery” course is 500 yen.

Registered as a general incorporated association on September 13, 2011.
If we do not establish the financial foundation of the organization, transportation expenses of the Tohoku volunteers and management of the organization cannot be carried. In 2012, we received a subsidy so we were able to cover transportation expenses for Hyogo Prefectural Agricultural High School. However, after 2013, I have stopped applying for subsidy. I am trying to make effort that young people are able to go to the affected areas every month. We are supported by neighbors of our office, Tarumi Prayer Meeting, volunteer participants, enterprises, various groups, shrines and temples, churches and many supporters’ management fees. Today, transportation expenses required for volunteering are covered by management fee, and it is nearly 5 million yen per year. We cover shortage of participation fee by donations.

We deliver the quarterly magazine “Shien” to our supporters four times a year.

We accept relief donations for natural disaster areas.

Kayoko Fund”: Every month, from your postal bank account, as foster parents, the cost of educational expenses for orphans will be withdrawal automatically until the child become adults. We do not use “Kayoko Fund” for domestic operating expenses, transportation expenses, and labor costs. 

Please cooperate with us so that we can continue to support and coexist with children who are suffering pain domestically and internationally, such as Ishinomaki City, Vanuatu, Nepal, Vietnam and Syria,

Moreover, after the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, we accept donations for affected areas by natural disasters, such as at Asakura City in Fukuoka Prefecture, Syria, Afghanistan, Haiti, Sichuan Province in China, and Philippines. We look forward to your cooperation and guidance so that we can continue to serve for the weak not only in Japan but also in various places of the world.

You can join as many times as you want. You can apply multiple times in each category.

Regular member fee :                          2,400 yen / year (200 yen x 12 months)
Supporting member :                           5,000 yen / year
Ownership member fee :                    10,000 yen / year
Kayoko Fund” for overseas orphans : 3,000 yen / month
It is handed directly to the local children.

In case of donations for overseas disaster areas, please specify “country name” where you wish to contribute.

Postal transfer
Account Number: 00900-8-58077
Account Name: 一般社団法人 神戸国際支縁機構 (Kobe International Sustaining Organization)
MUFG Bank, Sannomiya Branch
Account Number: 3169863
Account Name: 神戸国際支縁機構 岩村義雄 (Kobe International Sustaining Organization, Yoshio Iwamura)

Please send the money directly to the office or a bank account. In case of you are transferring money through the bank account, please notify us your name and contact information by email.

We appreciate your cooperation.

Q: 収益はありますか。

Q: Do the organization have any profit?
A: The Kobe International Sustaining Organization is a volunteer activity. We do not conduct any business except providing lectures. We will support weak people, who cannot receive help by governments and related administrations, by giving time, man power and financial support from volunteers and generous donations. While we are doing volunteer at affected area, we support by “cultivation” to grow pesticide-free and organic corps that based on “Resurrection of Rice Field, Mountain, and Bay”. There is a plan to do cultivation at Tomokiyo Nishi-ku in Kobe City in collaboration with “people living on the street” who we meet at food distribution activities at Higashi amusement park (next to the city hall).

Although members of the organizing committee receive the actual expenses, but we try to not let some limited people can get benefit.

Q :  会員資格について教えてください
A :

Q: Please tell me about your membership.
A: If you agree with our principles, anyone can join in. You also can freely cooperate and support us for transportation expenses for volunteers and maintaining our activities.

You can engage in activities regardless your qualifications, age, nationality and religion.

Q : 名称に神戸を用いていますが,どうしてですか
A : 

                         理事長 岩村義雄

Q: What is the reason to use “Kobe” in our organization name?A: Because it is a work that had begun in Kobe and young people, who were born and raised in the place where experienced the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, started to go to disaster affected areas.

There are also some regularly participants from Kyushu, Chugoku region, Shikoku, Aichi Prefecture, Hokuriku and Kinki. We established Ishinomaki branch at Watanoha Ishinomaki City in Miyagi Prefecture since March 2013 and Kumamoto Prefectural branch after July 2016.


The tsunami devastated the entire coastline of Tohoku. It may be the hird-largest in the world, but it’s going to cost them billions just to start clearing up the damage. The tsunami, earthquake caused the most extensive damage to Ishinomaki.
And then the task begins trying to rebuild the city, transportation,
facilities, houses, and so on. Above all, in the current financial climate of Ishinomaki city, the rebuilding of temporal school classrooms and buildings won’t be easy.

Especially around Ishinomaki city, due to the tsunami, this looks much worse than what we experienced in Kobe, 1995, that is, sixteen years ago. Compared with the quake of Kobe, Tsunami waves that  hit were as high as 20 meters. Waves came far inland, into cities such as Ishinomaki, and as a result carried back out to sea buildings, cars, infant schools, elementary schools, junior and senior schools, homes, factories, and buildings connected to the fishing industry. In Ishinomaki  more than 3,280 people  have been killed. Similarly, there were 6,434 fatalities in Kobe.

This is a very big blow to any industry that relies on marine products, for example, oysters, soft seaweed and so on.

Since this March, the young in Kobe have been doing volunteer activities, dealing with  piles of debris on the street in Watanoha
town in Ishinomaki.

Above all, Oshika Peninsula is a wasteland, its streets, villages were swept away. Nothing left there. There is no normal rubbish here. You will find a large desert tract, through which wander a steady trickle of disoriented survivors.

There has been a big problem of depopulation, ageing, declining birth rate. However, if it were not for the fishing-connected jobs along the coast of the peninsula, there would be men out of work. Regrettable to say, schools will disappear because of their parents` lack of income . Unfortunately the children never feel relieved because they have to transfer to schools in the downtown area of Miyagi Prefecture. Since  the pupils  there have never suffered such terrible experiences, they find it  difficult to have compassion for the transfer students. As a
result, some feel so lonely without the companions who went through the dreadful, critical moment together.

We would like to ask you to be part of  a large international response to the disaster. What we’re lacking most is donations and the know-how
necessary to establish temporal school buildings. Moreover, to aid the recovery,we need several fishing boats  for each village along the peninsula . Restoring the fishing industry is the most significant need for the reconstruction effort.
Please contribute to  the Educational Board, Public Works of Ishinomaki City through Kobe International Sustaining Organization.

Chairman   Yoshio Iwamura


Kobe International Sustaining Organization
1-101 Kariguchi-dai 5-chome,Tarumi, Kobe, Japan 655-0049
Chairman Yoshio Iwamrua
Tel : (81)(078) 782-9667 Fax: (81)(078) 784-2939
mobile 070-5045-7127 or 080-3101-1151

一般社団法人 神戸国際支縁機構
Kobe International Sustaining Organization (KISO)
E-mail kiso@mbe.nifty.com
HP http://www.kisokobe.com/
Tel : (078) 782-9697 Fax: (078) 784-2939

岩村 義雄
(Yoshio Iwamura)
E-mail: QYH05423@nifty.com
携帯 070-5045-7127

本ホームページ製作者 瀧 大輔 (第2次参加者)

<緊 急>   一台(機,個)だけでもけっこうです。
① ユンボ 三トン以下のはさむパワーシャベル×三機,ダンプ×三台の提供を求めています。
三トン以下の×5隻 牡蠣の養殖の復興のために。船外機×5機。


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● (株)日揮は,石巻市役所に発電機を贈呈。
● 西海 馨氏は石巻市役所建設課に重機を贈呈。
● ミヨシ石鹸の石鹸,藤木智代氏の厚手靴下,ダライ・ラマ法王日本代表部は鹿妻の阿部勝氏に委ねました。
● 西福寺,光円寺は餅米,野菜などを提供してくださいました。
● 小島芙美子さんは毎回のように,野菜などを出発前に間に合うように事務局に送付しています。 
● 玉の肌石鹸株式会社は2013年11月にハイエースを提供してくださいました。 
橋元 治氏のサンウォーターも炊き出しに有益です。
● 炊き出しに欠かせないお米を西福寺(豊原正尚副住職),玉龍寺(五百井正浩住職),後藤由美子僧侶(第20次),横山豊宥住職たちが支えてくださっています。
● 玉の肌石鹸株式会社三木晴雄社長,kiso牧場の中山敬一郎氏は資金繰りが困難な時に,献金してくださいます。


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