A long-loved tradition of Japan, origami can now help send dollars to reconstruction efforts in hard-hit areas. This is the aim of the Paper Cranes for Japan campaign, organized by Students Rebuild, an initiative of the Bezos Family Foundation. For every paper crane submitted, the Foundation will donate $2 to Architecture for Humanity. Their aim is to collect 100,000 paper cranes for a total $200,000 contribution. The cranes themselves will be woven into an art installation.

The mission of Students Rebuild is to enable young people all over the world to engage in critical issues. Details about Students Rebuild and the Paper Cranes campaign can be found here.