Exclusive Starlight Movie Day event at Reading Cinema Harbourtown
What: Starlight Movie Day
When: Saturday, 16 November, from 10:30am
Where: Reading Cinema Harbourtown
Corner Gold Coast Highway and Oxley Drive, Biggera Waters
Tickets: $7.50 available from Reading Cinema online or box office
The Starlight Children’s Foundation and Reading Cinema Harbourtown are excited to announce a new partnership to create a special Starlight Movie Day event on Saturday 16 November, offering a unique family fun experience, while supporting a worthy cause.
An extension of Starlight’s successful annual Movie Month initiative, Reading Cinema Harbourtown will feature a special screening of iconic 80s blockbuster, E.T The Extra Terrestrial at 10:30am.
Tickets are available from Reading Cinema Harbourtown directly or online at readingcinemas.com.au/movie/3542 for the special price of $7.50.
100 per cent of all proceeds raised will go towards helping seriously ill and hospitalised children and their families.
Starlight’s Chief Executive Officer, Louise Baxter, said: “Starlight Movie Day is a fun day out for the whole family and all funds raised on the day will be used to support Starlight’s innovative programs.
"Movies and entertainment are used every day in Starlight Express Rooms around the country to provide much needed distraction from the pain and boredom of hospital life."
For more information, or to make a donation please visit www.starlightmoviemonth.org.au.
For more information, please contact:
Sarah Shields, Access PR, email@example.com | 02 9292 7007 | 0408 283 091
About the Starlight Children’s Foundation
Established in Australia in 1988, the Starlight Children's Foundation transforms the experience of hospitalisation and treatment for seriously ill children and their families, around Australia. Now in its 25th year, Starlight’s innovative programs are integral to the total care of seriously ill children. While health professionals focus on treating the illness, Starlight is there to help care for the child, and support the longer term wellbeing and resilience of the child and their family. Starlight's programs supported more than 130,000 sick and hospitalised Australian kids last year alone. @Starlight_star