Mission A2J supporters team up to make “Senbazuru” for the people in JapanPosted by in Uncategorized
“Senbazuru” is an ancient tradition that became popular after World War II, when a young girl named Sadako began to fold origami cranes to provide hope after she was diagnosed with leukemia due to the radiation of the atomic bombs. Since then, the 1000 cranes has become a symbol of hope and support for people in need.
Keeping with this sentiment, Mission A2J supporters from all over teamed up to create their own 1000 origami cranes for the victims of the Tsunami and Earthquake tragedy last March. We cannot thank everyone enough for their kindness, and we have shipped the cranes and the Mission A2J banner to Japan to let them know that our prayers and thoughts are with them.
Here are some pictures from our experience. Enjoy!