Another easy way to support Japan. Thanks Marisa.
Corter Leather, a small shop based entirely out of one room in Massachusetts, just announced they will be selling these cuffs with hand painted snaps for $20 to support relief efforts in Japan. All proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross. From the Corter journal about the bracelets:
Want to help Japan just by folding paper? The Bezos Family Foundation will pay $2 for every crane they receive– and all the money goes to Architecture for Humanity’s reconstruction efforts. I’ve folded nearly 2000 myself for friends over the past few years (I’m kind of addicted to folding them, to say the least). Totally thrilled to see this happening. Go Cameron go!