Zootopia movie fundraising night in support of RIDBC

RIDBC Darwin fundraiser movie night at Deckchair CinemaRIDBC Darwin fundraiser movie night at Deckchair Cinema

The Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) Darwin invite you, your family and friends to the Zootopia (Open Captions) fundraising movie event on Thursday 25 August, 7.30pm at Deckchair Cinema.

Available on the night will be a sausage sizzle, popcorn and raffle in the Deckchair Cinema’s foyer at Jervois Road, Darwin Waterfront.

“This will be a wonderful movie event for children of all ages, so bring the whole family in support of RIDBC Darwin, a highly regarded local charity that supports children and adults with hearing loss. The movie event will also be held during Hearing Awareness Week, which helps to raise community awareness of hearing impairment and brings into focus the important issues for people who are hearing impaired of Deaf,” said RIDBC Community Fundraising Executive, Helen Roche.

RIDBC Darwin provides education, therapy, and cochlear implant services for children and adults with hearing loss, and their families. The centre provides an integrated, transdisciplinary service delivered by highly qualified and experienced staff who implement individual programs collaboratively with each family.

"As a charity, RIDBC Darwin relies greatly on support from the community to continue to deliver our life changing programs. The support we receive from our community and corporate partners helps us continue to provide innovative therapy, education, and cochlear implant services to children and adults with vision or hearing loss," said Helen.

To purchase tickets, visit www.deckchaircinema.com/films/zootopia-open-captions/

For further information, contact Helen Roche, RIDBC Community Fundraising Executive, at helen.roche@ridbc.org.au

RIDBC is a charity and Australia’s largest non-government provider of therapy, education and cochlear implant services for people with vision or hearing loss, supporting thousands of adults, children and their families, each year.

RIDBC relies heavily on fundraising and community support to be able to continue to make a difference in people's lives.