Cranes for Kids Giving Hope to the Children of Japan – OshKosh B’Gosh

Cranes for Kids

Giving Hope to the Children of Japan

OshKosh B’Gosh

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Through April 25, 2011 OshKosh will be collecting the paper cranes that you and your children create and sending them to their OshKosh stores in Japan to show them the support and caring of their friends in the United States. OshKosh will donate up to 50,000 articles of clothing.

Please help the children of Japan by spreading the word

http://www.carters.com/Cranes-For-Kids/cranes-for-kids,default,pg.html

In Japanese culture, cranes are a powerful symbol of health and well-wishes. In fact, the Japanese people believe that anyone who makes 1,000 origami cranes will have a wish granted. While we can’t grant every wish, we can make a difference.

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