Organization wants to fold one million cranes for tsunami survivors10/1/2012
In the wake of something as devastating and unpreventable as the 2011 tsunami in Japan, it's easy to feel powerless. Millioncranes.com has created a simple campaign to help people donate and send their continued support and remembrance to survivors: They’re urging people to fold their own paper cranes, then give them to friends and family, ask for donations, and share their process online. Sponsored by CRASH Japan, the effort evokes the plight of Sadako Sasaki, who died of leukemia after the bombing of Hiroshima and folded one thousand origami cranes because Japanese folklore promises that folding 1,000 paper cranes earns a gift from the gods. [Source]
How soon do you think the site will reach its goal?