The One Thousand Cranes for Japan Project Introduced by Anomaly London

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 26, 2011 • References: onethousandcranesforjapan & psfk
Ideas for fundraising and charity events are never-ending; check out the One Thousand Cranes for Japan project as proof of this statement. Although a huge crop of people, communities and companies have already rallied to raise money for Japan, more charitable venues crop up every day.

The One Thousand Cranes for Japan project in particular is quite poignant. It takes a cultural stance by getting donations through a timeless, traditional Japanese art form. By donating to this cause, you are then able to download and print illustrations donated by famous artists and illustrators. You are then expected to use that sheet to create an origami form to post on your Facebook wall, spreading the message further. Stats for Origami Fundraising Trending: Older & Warm
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