Origami Salami Manhattan stages fold-a-thon; Dalton School students contribute 231 cranes to “Folding for Good for Franklin Regional.”

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By Calista Frederick-Jaskiewicz, Founder and CEO, Origami Salami and Folding for Good

Dalton fold in 5Groups of students at the Dalton School, Manhattan, pulled together to contribute 231 origami cranes to our initiative, “Folding for Good for Franklin Regional.” A friendly fold-a-thon hosted by Origami Salami President Dylan Lee netted 161 cranes—not only did the kids fold and have a great time, but they also listened to pop music and sang Frozen’s “Let it Go” at some point! The Asian Culture Club contributed another 70 cranes to cap off the effort at 231 cranes.

Extra thanks to Roxanne Hsu Feldman, Dalton School faculty; Aaron Erlanger, Atticus Lee, Auggie Bhavsar, Nathaniel Ting, Nikolas Ramirez, William Nam, and Leo Small; and to Dylan’s awesome Mom, Emmie Lee.

Special touch: cranes personalized with initials and “NYC.” 

Thank you Dylan and Team Origami Salami Manhattan!

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