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Pumped for Change prepares to launch final two artwork installations

After another intensive round of penny selection and artwork discussion, Pumped for Change will be launching the last and final two artwork installations of the Million Penny project outdoor campaign. After circulation, the boards will be donated to the local partner charities to be auctioned off at their annual Gala Events.

Fuel Outdoor has once again graciously volunteered transit space and production for the cause and will post the artwork installations to circulate throughout downtown Miami during the coming months. More information to come.


Local Charity Hopes To Collect Million Pennies To Help Homeless
Ian Wood, NBC6.net Reporter

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MIAMI, Fla. -- When you see a penny on the sidewalk, do you stop to pick it up?

Most of us would just walk by, but those pennies can add up.

A million pennies are equal to ten thousand dollars, and that is what 'Pumped for Change' hopes to collect with its Million Penny Project.

Wednesday morning, the non-profit organization unveiled a piece of art being displayed at a bus stop in front of the AmericanAirlines Arena that is entirely made of pennies.

Some are shiny, new pennies, others dark, old pennies.

The 1,600 pennies used in the artwork are arranged by color in a way that shows two hands coming together, a symbol 'Pumped for Change' hopes will inspire people to give.

'Pumped for Change' will spread the wealth, giving the money it raises to local charities like Camillus House and the Community Partnership for Homeless.

While the charity welcomes even the smallest donations, pennies, they hare also eager to accept bills.

Special Thanks to Bristol P.R. for all their help.


The "Make Change" PSA spot is finally out. Look for traces of the spot throughout the web, your local station or you can see right here (top left).This production was a true collaborative effort between Pumped, Inc., Brainchild Creative, Phoenix Editorial, Filmiko, and countless others who contributed to taking a simple idea and making a powerful statement.


A good friend has donated a gift certificate for a Hyatt Regency Houston, 3 Night Stay for 2, Includes: Deluxe Guestroom Accommodations. We're opening this up to an Open Auction on Ebay until 12/17/08. For more info on the hotel visit: www.houstonregency.hyatt.com


Pumped for Change launched the first annual charity event, The Million Penny Project™.Mpp Launch Photo

The Million Penny Project fundraising event will featured limited edition t-shirts, designer tote bags, mugs, and buttons with all proceeds to benefit homeless charities such as Camillus House, Community Partnership for the Homeless and others.


Pumped, Inc., a brand development and design firm, has launched Pumped for Change, a not-for-profit entity that will partner with vendors & organizations to apply their design skills and industry resources to gain awareness and raise funds for a cause. Currently, Pumped for Change is planning its first annual charity event, The Million Penny Project™. Pumped for Change has partnered with Camillus House, Community Partnership for Homeless and others with support from Hands on Miami.

Pumped for Change is gearing up for The Million Penny Project Launch Party. The launch party is an invitation only fundraising evening that will feature limited edition t-shirts, posters, designer tote bags, mugs, and buttons to benefit charities such as Camillus House, Community Partnership for Homeless and others. The items will range in price from $2 to $25. All proceeds from the sale of the merchandise and donations will be donated to the participating charities.“It takes a community to raise awareness. In this case, a "A holistic design project" is bringing people together to help raise funds for the Cause,” stated Carlos Peña, President of Pumped for Change.




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