About The Crane
We have chosen the origami crane as our symbol in the fight against small cell ovarian cancer. A group of Stephanie’s friends folded and strung 1,000 paper cranes, hanging them in our home. At the same time, her godmother folded and strung a second set of 1,000 cranes. Family friends folded a 3rd set of 1000 cranes and arranged to have them placed at the Hiroshima Memorial Peace Park. This follows the Japanese tradition of folding 1,000 origami cranes to grant a wish for good health and long life. To us, the crane represents the delicacy and value of life as well as the love and support we have all received. The crane, as our foundation’s symbol, signifies our support to others who are battling this devastating disease.
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