I guess I'll go with one of my life goals, I'd create an Origami Athenaeum.
It would be a museum and library of origami models and books, with connections to all of the world's origami organizations, that produces a magazine quarterly in several languages. As well there would be a facility for origami conventions and lodging for artists for in-study. A japanese style garden would be out back, and a seperate gallery for artwork by origami authors that isn't origami (such as Dave Brill's paintings or Eric Joisel's Bronze Sculptures). Its farfetched in practicality (as well as for a poor man like myself), but I believe its something the origami world could use to preserve the past and aid the future.
Nothing too grand I'm afraid =p.