March 11 onwards/USA – The Million Crane Project (The Million Crane Project is a student-driven, nation-wide effort to raise awareness in America, and show America’s support for Japan in the wake of the magnitude 9.0 earthquake that hit Japan on March 11. We have united 83 schools, universities and other organizations in a massive crane-folding endeavor, and more schools are still joining everyday.) have mobilized well established network in US and Canada and managed to collect almost a million of paper cranes (as of end of April), matched up with 400 000 USD in fund raising
March 11 onwards/France – Solidarity events accross France
March 11 onwards/USA – One Million Cranes initiative (Children from 1,000 US schools or groups will make 1,000 origami cranes, and contribute $1.00 for each crane they make. Together, children will make ONE MILLION CRANES, and send one million dollars to the people of Japan.)
March 14/Duesseldorf – 1000 Kraniche fuer Japan
March 15/Germany – Ein Kranich Fuer Japan
March 16/Toronto – Origami for Japan event
March 17/Atlanta – 7 year old sells origami for Japan relief
March 17/Maryland – Group making origami cranes to raise money for quake victims
March 18/River Valley – Students make 1,000 origami cranes to send to Japan
March 18/Bern – Graubuenden soll fuer Japan Kraniche falten
March 19/Summerland – Origami cranes for Japan
March 19/Columbus – Volunteers creating paper cranes to support Japan
March 19/Hamilton – Students sending 1,000 origami cranes to Japan
March 20/Belgrade – Hundreds of citizens took part in the action of making 1,000 paper cranes to Japan
March 20/Berlin – Kraniche fuer Japan
March 21/Leicester – Origami fundraiser for Japan earthquake victims
March 21/Los Angeles – Coming together in support of Japan disaster relief efforts, Saatchi LA and its sister agency Team One have partnered to create 1000 origami cranes.
March 21/Friedberg – 1000 Kraniche fuer Japan
March 22/Maine – Students’ origami project will benefit disaster relief in Japan
March 22/Cherokee – Students make origami to send to Japan
March 22/Muenster – Papierkraniche “fuer” japanische Bevoelkerung
March 23/University of Georgia – Group organizes student effort for Japan; Organization will create origami cranes as symbol
March 23/Lund Sweden – Tusen tranor till stöd för Japan
March 24/San Bruno – Origami-folding event benefits Japan
March 24/Northern California – Help Students Fold One Million Origami Cranes and Raise $1 Million for Japan
March 24/Students Helping Japan With Origami
March 15-26/Lyon – Origami pour Sendai
March 26 – Knapp Elementary students make paper cranes to help people in Japan
March 26/confection de grues a Fouesnant le 26 mars 2011 – cranes folding in Fouesnant
March 26-27/Prague – A Thousand of Cranes for Japan
Mar 30/Astronauts Fold ‘Extraterrestrial’ Origami Cranes for Japan Disaster Victims
March 30/Whitesville – Local Girl Scouts Make Origami Cranes for Japan
MARCH 31/Greenville – Origami cranes help Upstate children respond to crisis in Japan
April 1/Escuela Verde (Brazil) – Origami cranes raise funds for Japanese disaster
April 1/North Jersey – ACS students fold 1,000 origami cranes for Japan
April 1/MANITOWOC - Origami cranes project being sent to Japan to support victims of earthquake, tsunami
April 2/US – Origami Paper Cranes for Japan : Girl Scout Project
April 2/US – US School Girls Make 1000 Origami for Japan
April 3/Pasadena, California – American girl offer 1,000 origami crane for Japan
April 3/Cambridge – Origami Sundays
April 4/Lancaster – Positive paperwork: Students sell origami hearts to aid Japan
April 4/Oxford – Origami Project to Benefit Japanese Disaster Victims
April 4/Manila - Metro kids offer peace cranes
April 5/Fold Origami Cranes for Japan – The library is hosting an origami workshop
April 5/New Lenox – Bentley Students Send Origami to Japan
April 5/Webster – Students use origami to raise money for Japan
April 5/La Coruña – Gracias por vuestras grullas!
April 6/Origami fundraiser for Japan at Clemson

April 17/Calgary – Night of 1000 Cranes

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