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Rotary Downton Abbey Movie Night Fundraiser

Rotary Downton Abbey Movie Night Fundraiser


Mt Eden Rotary and the Rotary Club of Epsom invite you to a private opening night screening of "DOWNTON ABBEY".

Date: Thursday 12 September 2019
Time: Starts 8.30pm (Doors open around 8.00pm)
Venue: The Capitol Cinema, 610 Dominion Rd, Mt Eden
Tickets: $25 includes popcorn OR ice cream OR soft drink. CASH sales please.
Rated: M
Running Time: 122 mins

Net Proceeds to: Hearts4Kids www.hearts4kids.org.nz

Physical tickets available as from around 20 August.

Buy Tickets from:
* Mt Eden Rotary OR Epsom Rotary members
* bXRlZGVucm90YXJ5IHwgZ21haWwgISBjb20= OR ZXBzb21yb3RhcnkgfCBnbWFpbCAhIGNvbQ==
* Frances 021-635027 OR Craig 027-4943881
* Chapter Book & Tea Shop, 442 Mt Eden Rd, T 6232319, E aW5mbyB8IGNoYXB0ZXIgISBjbyAhIG56 (Frances)
* Green Box Dry Cleaners, 1B Queen Mary Ave, Epsom T 6307505 (Suman)
* Eventfinda (booking fees apply)
* Door sales (cash only)

Enquiries to:
* Frances 021-635027 OR Craig 027-4943881

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THANKS
Many thanks to our print sponsor for this event: The Digital Darkroom.

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SYNOPSIS
In September, the worldwide phenomenon DOWNTON ABBEY, becomes a grand motion picture event, as the beloved Crawleys and their intrepid staff prepare for the most important moment of their lives. A royal visit from the King and Queen of England will unleash scandal, romance and intrigue that will leave the future of Downton hanging in the balance. Set in 1927–1929.

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ACCESS FOR PATRONS WITH DISABILITIES
Currently it is not possible for the Capitol Cinema to provide wheelchair access in to the cinema. We sincerely apologise for this inconvenience.

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HEARTS4KIDS FUNDRAISER
The Hearts4Kids Trust is a volunteer medical team from New Zealand that travels to Fiji to perform life-saving congenital heart surgery on babies and children. With help, these children have the opportunity to lead an active and fulfilling life.

Repairing simple congenital heart defects is one of the most lifesaving operations to be done in the field of medicine today. Unfortunately there are 350 children born each year in the Pacific Islands that do not have immediate access to this life saving surgery without travelling to New Zealand or receiving medical missions from other countries.

The Hearts4Kids Trust needs around $85,000 to travel to Fiji in November to operate on 15 children over a 5 day period. This is just 15% of the equivalent cost if the same children were brought to New Zealand for surgery. All of the funds donated will be used specifically to operate and care for the children in Fiji. Priority will be given to purchase equipment, disposables and drugs and the balance of funds will be used to pay for economy travel and house the medical team. The support and administration of Hearts4Kids Trust is fully pro-bono.

Hearts4Kids also hopes to empower the local medical and nursing staff to detect and care for babies from birth or time of diagnosis. As the organisation further develops its relationships with the local community Hearts4Kids will develop the local facilities and educate the local staff. This would create sustainability for future visits as the more medical and nursing staff become up skilled in this field, the less team members we need to take with us. Skills learnt in this area of medicine will also undoubtedly result in improved outcomes for other children requiring complex care in the hospital.

Hearts4Kids is a dedicated team that has the privilege to use our specialist expertise and time to reach some of the poorest children in the world and give them the opportunity to lead active and fulfilling lives. But, we need help to make it happen.



Map The Capitol Cinema, 610 Dominion Road, Balmoral, Auckland, New Zealand 1041, Auckland, New Zealand
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