Dominique Fricot | 2 New iPod Pharmacy Depots in Toronto!
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2 New iPod Pharmacy Depots in Toronto!

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Hello friends!

I’m extremely excited to report that two businesses here in Toronto will be joining the iPod Pharmacy campaign for Music Therapy Month as official depots. If you have an old functioning iPod or mp3 playing device that you don’t use any more and would like to donate to be repurposed in local Music Therapy practices, you can now donate them to the Music Heals iPod Pharmacy in Toronto.

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From now until the end of March  the Twelfth Fret Guitar Shop (2132 Danforth Ave) and Vortex Records (2309 Yonge St) will both accept your mp3 device donations. All donations will be repurposed as tools for local Music Therapists in their practices.

 

If you have a device that you’d like to donate please visit the Twelfth Fret or Vortex Records. If you have any questions or would like to know how you could get involved in the iPod Pharmacy or if you’d like to make your business a depot, please respond to this post or contact me at dfricot@gmail.com.

 

 

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