The Physical Freedom Festival is a fundraising event that aims to support individuals who suffer from immobilizing diseases. We believe that the power of music can bring people together in order to positively impact the lives of others. The festival styled event is geared towards young and old in order to promote awareness of our causes. By getting communities together in a fun & uplifting way, we hope to bring happiness to those who are suffering.
We always welcome enthusiastic volunteers to help out on the day of events however there are many ways to aid us in our mission!
PFF18 will be held on July 7th at the North Haven Fair Grounds. The goal of this event is to raise money for a birth defect called Spina Bifida. 100% of the proceeds will be donated directly to The Spina Bifida Associated (SBA) to support further research. There will be live music, entertainers, guest speakers, yard game tournaments, dunk tank, raffles, silent auction, & MUCH MORE!
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PFF16 was our pioneering event! It was held on September 24th at Wild Bill’s Nostalgia in Middletown CT. It’s cause was a rare bone disorder called Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva (FOP). Through the work of the Pullano Family and a devoted volunteer committee the event was a huge success! 6 FOP patients attended the event & announced the official FOP Awareness Day in CT was to be held for the first time on November 26th 2017. The fundraiser was an all day music festival (11AM-11PM) complete with 7 local bands, 3 live speakers, craft vendors, a bocce tournament, corn hole, silent auctions and raffle prizes, hula-hoop entertainers, a “comfort” food stand, & even an art installation.
To learn more, visit ifopa.org
To learn more, visit spinabifidaassociation.org