There is an old Japanese tradition that 1,000 origami paper cranes will bring good luck. Cranes for Cancer's mission is to provide baskets or vases of 1,000 cranes to cancer patients. The 1000 cranes bring hope and uplift spirits. We
've been doing this for about 18 years, but we NEED HELP! You can help by: 1) Donating money for supplies 2) Donating origami paper 3) FOLDING CRANES.

If you know of a person who is in need of 1,000 origami paper cranes, please send an e-mail and we will send your dear friend or family member 1,000 paper cranes of hope and healing.

Contact Information

grinfeldk@comcast.net

Please send cranes to:

Karen Grinfeld
11140 N. Canada Ridge Drive
Tucson, AZ 85737

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Thank you Stacey's Classes!

This story has touched me because I learned how to make cranes when I was in fifth grade. We had read Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes, and the Korean students in my class taught the rest of us how to make them. We folded a thousand and hung them proudly in our class. I remember really enjoying all the colors and the relaxation of folding. I also remember being very touched by the story of Sadako, one of tragedy, but also of hope, courage, and peace.
These cranes came in a HUGE box from three of Stacey's fifth grade classes. For all the students out there who helped to make these cranes, Thank You! They are going to someone very sick and in need of all the hope and love you've poured out into them. Thank you as well to Stacey for organizing all of this. It's no small feat. Heartful wishes to all, Julie

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This was such a fun project! The kids were so happy to know that these cranes were going to help someone's wish come true and bring them good luck. Thanks Julie for the time, energy and love you have poured into Cranes for Cancer! What a wonderful organization!