As the founder of Piano vs. Poverty, he does his ‘small part’ to fight poverty through the sounds of music.


Wake Forest attorney (and pianist), Carter Cook, found himself in a recording studio in April of 2011 where he created an album of hymns for his grandparents. A month later he began selling the CDs and donating the profits to charities fighting local and global poverty…(Travis Dove for Wake Forest Magazine)



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