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This year, the i4c Campaign is teaming up with the 2010 Lilith Tour, Sarah McLachlan's popular all-female headlining music festival. Presented by ABC and ABC's A Better Community, the i4c Campaign is the 2010 Lilith Tour's leading social initiative, promoting a responsible economy. The i4c Campaign is an initiative to build a responsible economy. We believe this is achieved through the work of Triple Bottom Line (TBL) companies, or companies committed to people and planet, in addition to profit. To learn more about the i4c Campaign, click here.
We've partnered with today's leaders in arts, entertainment and business to support the businesses transforming the world.
TBL companies use the market place to execute their visions for a better world:
- D.light Designs increases the monthly income of families in developing nations by 15%-30% (learn more at www.dlightdesign.com)
- Lunapads diverts 1 million pads and tampons from landfills every month (learn more at www.lunapads.com)
- Rebagz donates $1 for every order to Global Exchange, a fair trade advocacy NPO (learn more at www.rebagz.com)
We have selected exceptional TBL initiatives to join us on tour, meet the fans, and share more about their impact in the world. You can find the i4c Campaign at the i4c Village, the campaign's official headquarters for change, at each stop of the tour.
Lilith will contribute $1 from every ticket sold to the Lilith i4c Campaign. To further support the movement fans will be able to text donations to select initiatives on tour. Helping to build a better future will be as easy as sending a text message.
When you support the i4c Campaign you support TBL companies as they build a responsible economy and a more sustainable future. We invite you to join us and learn more about the TBL sector and how your actions can make a difference.
Join the movement @i4ccampaign or www.i4ccampaign.com