24 September 2015

To mark Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in September, Children’s Health Queensland is asking people across the state to help raise the spirits of the brave children and their families fighting cancer at the Queensland Children’s Hospital.

In keeping with the old Japanese tradition that says making 1,000 origami paper cranes brings good luck, we’re asking for your help in making thousands of cranes for sick kids.

Not sure how to fold a crane? Check out these links:

Drop your cranes into the reception desk (level 2) at the Queensland Children’s Hospital in Brisbane or post them to:

Cranes for Kids with Cancer
c/o Communications Unit,
Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service
Level 9, Centre for Children’s Health Research,
62 Graham Street,
South Brisbane QLD 4101

Please share our Facebook post with everyone you know to spread the word about our project. With your help, we can fill the hospital with cranes!