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1. Start with your choice of bright colors and fun patterns to make your crane.
2. Watch your origami crane come to life with just a few clicks.
3. Personalize your crane with a variety of fun accessories.
4. Spread the word by sharing your crane on social media.
The Crane has long been a symbol representing good health, longevity, and truth. The crane is often referred to as the “bird of happiness.” Traditionally, it is believed that if 1,000 origami cranes are folded, a wish will be granted such as long life or recovery from illness. As a result, it has become popular to fold 1,000 cranes when someone is diagnosed with cancer. The cranes are often strung together on strings and given as gifts of hope and healing.
Please join us in creating 200,000 origami cranes for the children and families fighting cancer at Primary Children’s Hospital. Each year at our hospital, almost 200 children are newly diagnosed with cancer. Make a crane and send a wish of health and healing.