Following the effort of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to continually support the medical healthcare workers around the world, the church donated 30,000 medical masks to Japan. The Japanese government welcomed the visit by the North Asia Presidency and other church leaders in Tokyo and gladly received the donations.
“I am very grateful because I still need these kinds of supplies while infectious diseases are having a great impact,” said Motohiro Koga, the General Manager of General Affairs Bureau Planning Manager.
The Church then renews its commitment to the government in its effort to help people in need.
“The church provides such humanitarian support around the world in the spirit of pure service, and we donated masks so that we can contribute in Japan,” Elder Wada stated. “We also provide service to local food banks like a ton of rice from the church as a part of an activity to distribute rice balls to the poor people who have been involved for a long time the other day. I introduced the service activities that I am doing at the Tokyo stake and explained that the members are doing the service activities at the stake level,” President Tokutaka Murakami of Tokyo Stake said.
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