Photos: Japan Relief

Thank you to everyone for following and  supporting our ongoing relief efforts in Japan. We’ve received more photos of the response work and have shared them below. Salvation Army International Headquarters also has them posted to their Flickr account here.

A Japanese Salvation Army emergency vehicle en route. Three Salvation Army emergency response teams were sent out from Tokyo to Sendai, Mito and towards the Fukushima area.

One of The Salvation Army Japan's emergency canteen vehicles, preparing to serve up a fresh batch of hot noodles - very welcome in the cold temperatures.

The Salvation Army's emergency canteen vehicles have been working hard, serving hot food and drinks to a thousand people at a time.

Poor weather did not deter the crowds, lining up patiently outside The Salvation Army's corps (church) in Sendai.

The Salvation Army's corps (church) in Sendai, near the epicentre of the earthquake, is also distributing essential supplies.

Relief supplies, comprising bottled water, biscuits, blankets, towels and diapers were prepared for distribution.

A Salvation Army kitchen in north-east Japan, with officers and members catering for some of the thousands who have been displaced by the earthquake and tsunami.

The Salvation Army's officers and volunteers in Japan have been distributing packed lunches to evacuees and residents of earthquake-affected areas.