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If you have a child or young adult who needs to earn community service hours you will want to read this post! Please share to your wall and help spread the word. Thank You.


The Inches of Hope Childrens Cancer Foundation is starting its Cranes for Hope project. We are looking for dedicated kids and young adults who would like to give love and hope to a child battling cancer while earning community service hours.

This is a wonderful project for kids and young adults to come together as a team and share the promise of hope!


The purpose of Cranes for Hope is to send joy and hope to a child who is facing serious life health challenges by giving paper cranes. When children are ill, there is much comfort in knowing that people care about them, even if they have never met.


The ancient Japanese tradition of senbazuru promises that a person who folds 1000 cranes will be granted a wish, such as long life or recovery from illness. Many times a family or group of people come together to accomplish this labor of love. A group is called a flock and it’s up to the flock to complete the task, earning community hours.


A child battling cancer will be appointed to each flock. The 1000 origami cranes will be presented to the sick child with the hope of recovery.

For more details: please email me at


Our first annual RUN went well despite the excessive heat of over 100 degrees !! We want to thank everyone who participated in our event as we couldnt have done it without them. We look forward to next year and holding it in the FALL !


We recently held our Howling For Hope event, and what a great success it was! So many came out to enjoy the wolves with us for such a great cause! Thanks to all who helped out and attended this event. We had a beautiful day of sunshine!


howling for hope flyer 2019
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