Monday, April 18, 2011
More paper cranes for Japan
These are over 100 paper cranes made out of recycled magazine paper by the middle school students at my school. They wanted me to mail them to Students Rebuild for Paper Cranes for Japan project. According to their website, however, they have already reached their goal of 100,000 paper cranes. In fact, they have received way more than they asked - 610,351 cranes! Amazing! This has also inspired the donor, Bezos Family Foundation to double its initial donation of $200,000 to $400,000 in order to reflect the participants' commitment and support. How awesome is that!
Now instead of sending the cranes to Students Rebuild, I decided to send them to another donor that matches donation to every crane made. Osh Kosh B'gosh, the children's clothing company will donate a piece of clothing for every paper crane they receive, up to 50,000. Here is the details of this project.