Inkster Cares Hosts First PFC Day Party of 2014

by Tom Wingert

On August 29, 2014, Inkster Cares celebrated its first month of business by also hosting the first Playing For Change Day worldwide, in partnership with Yadibox and Impact Hub Philadelphia! There was great food, great people, great music and spoken word, all in celebration of the potential of music to create a more peaceful and equitable world.

The Playing For Change Foundation is the flagship partner for Inkster Cares, a company that designs, prints and sells high-quality, fashionable t-shirts on behalf of its nonprofit partners. For partners, Inkster Cares provides the opportunity to have your community wear your cause, and for everyone else to support their cause and look great doing it.

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Brazilian Band Plays for “Change Today” on PFC Day

by Phill Prates, PFC Day Event Creator

Phill Prates and his band, Victor e o Gramofone, have a simple yet profound philosophy about how music can create change in the world. Learn about what these artists and return PFC Day event creators have to say about getting involved with the PFC movement, and check out their 3rd PFC Day event happening at Espaço Viveiros in Piracicaba, Brazil!

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Cécile Spadotto on Why PFC Day Matters

by Jeremy Elliott

Cécile Spadotto has recruited an incredible team of dedicated individuals to play for change in her picturesque hometown of Albi, France. Since her first PFC Day celebration last year in 2013, she has been on the ground spreading the word about the PFC movement to local restaurants, bars, shops, and other businesses, drumming up interest and finding friends who are just as eager to participate wherever she goes.

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