It was a pleasant monthly meeting day with about fifty participants in total; Sagami Women’s University group, Tama Technical High School group, Vietnamese group, Ethiopian group, and volunteering members.
Our plan for Thailand is to send ninety wheelchairs in May. We’ve asked General incorporated corporation independence support group to refurbish some of of them. We did finish refurbishing forty wheelchairs today.
(Left)Miku, third grader, was always with Sagami Women’s Uni students.
(Right)Ethiopian group. Nanami Tomita, Miss Eco International, tells us about the international contest, “I was ranked sixth. I think I did my best, and it was most enjoyable moment for me. I’d like to thank everyone for giving me supportive messagaes.” The detail is from her blog.
(Left)Mr. and Mrs. Iwai, friends of one of our volunteering members, has donated their wheelchair. It’s sad to say that their child passed away just after their new wheelchair was made. They do request that their wheelchair be sent to an overseas child and be used effectively.
(Right) Mr. and Mrs. Iwai watching how wheelchairs are packed.