top of page



Telling Our Stories

Formerly operating as Caribbean Fashion and Arts Feature Festival (CFAFF), For Common Good Platform is a Trinidad and Tobago based non-profit organization that uses the creative arts as a vehicle to produce and share powerful stories of Caribbean change-makers that will inspire others to also see themselves as catalysts for change. With a vested interest in merging the arts, education and social impact, we value innovation in programming, knowledge transfer and cultural exchange.


Founded by Kevon Foderingham - For Common Good Platform aspires to be known as a leading global platform that showcases the goodwill, creative capital and genius of those committed to social change.


In 2020 CFAFF re-branded the organization and all its programs under the For Common Good banner; embracing the pivotal role of the creative arts in shaping the quality of intercultural relations as well as creating a unique platform for artists, audiences, and other stakeholders in the sector to strengthen the overall impact of their own arts for social change programming. The platform rolled out with two programs, namely, FOR COMMON GOOD - Arima x Louisville Exchange, supported by the US Embassy Port-of-Spain and executed in collaboration with the World Affairs Council of Kentucky and Southern Indiana; and FOR COMMON GOOD - Youth Arts Enrichment Program.

Visit to learn more

In photo: Arima x Louisville Exchange Alumnus, Author & Sustainable Fashion Designer, Crystine Alleyne, receives her certificate of participation from CFAFF/For Common Good, Executive Director, Kevon Foderingham.

bottom of page