Paper Cranes For Japan Up For Award

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Last year young people banded together after the 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami. We saw a tremendous messages of support in the form of paper cranes.

The Paper Cranes for Japan campaign (our collaboration with Students Rebuild and the Bezos Family Foundation) garnered 2 million cranes from young people worldwide. The cranes were used to build an amazing installation in Japan that will help citizens remember that other nations supported them in their time of recovery.

And now, the campaign is now up for an award for the “Most Effective Awareness Campaign by a Charity.” (Woot woot!) Congrats to all of the young people who participated and made this amazing nomination happen. Click here to cast your vote now and bring home the win. 

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