Paper Cranes for Japan hits one million, triggers $1/2M donation | Architecture for Humanity   Leave a comment

An innovation way of bringing engagement to help Japan….

 

“Paper Cranes for Japan perfectly illustrates the power of the online community to create offline action,” says Betsy Fast, editor in chief of Dosomething.org. “It was crucial to give the campaign a virtual home, so that young people worldwide could share their wishes of support and uploaded photos, and, most importantly, see those of their peers. It will live on long after the last crane is mailed in.”

via Paper Cranes for Japan hits one million, triggers $1/2M donation | Architecture for Humanity.

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Posted June 18, 2011 by arnoneumann in Japan, philanthropy

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