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SF’s 13th Annual “World Tree of Hope”

Grace Cathedral hosts celebration for tree with 1,000+ origami cranes
By - posted 12/1/2018 No Comment

Rainbow World Fund invites you to the 13th Annual RWF, World Tree of Hope Official Tree Lighting Celebration.

13th Annual World Tree of Hope Celebration
Monday, December 3, 2018 | 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Grace Cathedral, 1100 California St, San Francisco

The World Tree of Hope is a holiday tree decorated with thousands of origami cranes, each containing written notes of hope & peace from children and individuals from around the world. Created annually as a symbol of global unity and world peace, the tree is a gift from members of the San Francisco LGBTQ and Japanese American communities to the world – given to inspire hope, love and humanitarian action.

Emcee Donna Sachet ● Heklina ● Lesbian Gay Chorus of San Francisco ● the Deputy Consul General of Japan ● The Very Rev. Malcom C. Young, Dean of Grace Cathedral ● Lauren Meyer from 42nd St Moon’s production of Dames at Sea ● Pianist Tammy Hall ● Origami Artist Linda Mihara ● RWF Founder Jeff Cotter ● The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence will bless the tree ● Special guests TBA and much more!

Wishes from world leaders to school children, from San Francisco to Sir Lanka, make the RWF World Tree of Hope a powerful expression of people coming together to create a better world.