Playing for Others

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“Playing for Others (PFO) believes the two most important questions we can ask ourselves are, "Who Am I?" and "How will I give of that?"

 

When we do, we transform the world.

 

 

PFO offers three key components:

 

  • In Personal Development teens focus on “Who Am I?” They recognize who they are being in each moment, increase their self-awareness, and learn to shift their perspective.

  • Through Service teens focus on “How will I give of that?” They become young philanthropists – giving of their time, talent, and treasure.

  • In the Arts, they experience self-expression, embracing creativity, and using that passion to serve

 

Through our core values – Attitude of Gratitude, Acceptance, Accountability, and Action – teens learn to become effective leaders of self and others.

 

 

We are cultivating the next generation of leaders, philanthropists, and compassionate human beings.

 

 

For more inspiration visit: www.playingforothers.org

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