Here is one article on the disaster.
This next picture shows the pile of "cestas basicas" (basic baskets)--we grouped the incoming food into family basics for a week: 5 kg of rice, 2 kg of beans and sugar each, flour, cornmeal, salt, pasta, cookies, etc. There were also other grouped "kits": personal hygiene kits, baby kits (diapers, wipes etc), cleaning supplies kits. Each day we went we worked at a different kit-grouping effort made from incoming donations. Along with these these donated kits, every parish was providing fresh daily meals, cooked at church and trucked to shelters. The local TV was there daily and the whole effort was truly well-organized. Army trucks would load the goods and take them to the disasters' shelters. I loved seeing the city and Church working together.