The Flight of a Thousand Paper Cranes
The Flight of a Thousand Paper Cranes began in 2014, raising cash donations, to give directly to cancer patients undergoing treatment. On June 25th, 2020 my 4 year old niece, Aspen Agnew, was diagnosed with a terrible brain stem cancer referred to as DIPG. As you can imagine, this has been devastating to her and her family. Your donation will go towards the financial expenses related to Aspen's fight for survival.
Each crane represents good health, longevity, truth and fidelity. An ancient Japanese legend promises that anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish. My wish is for Aspen Agnew, and the receiver of my crane to be free from cancer now and forever. Each crane is signed and numbered according to the sequence from 1 to 1000. Thank you for your contribution and support, to Aspen and her family, as they fight this terrible childhood cancer and pray for a cure. May you and your family be blessed with happiness and good health. - Linda Kotich Binder