Invitation: 'Inside Child Poverty' Cinema Screening with special guest
The evening marks the launch of Child Poverty Action Group’s 2012 Appeal Campaign: A fair go for all kiwi kids - stop discrimination against New Zealand’s poorest children. The aim is to raise $50,0000 to allow CPAG to take its human rights case to the Court of Appeal and beyond if necessary.
Child Poverty Action Group warmly invites you to:
An exclusive screening of ‘Inside Child Poverty’
The documentary that sparked a national conversation and a NZ on Air controversy.
With special guest – Bryan Bruce
The documentary’s multi-award winning producer and presenter will talk about the documentary and CPAG's Appeal
The evening marks the launch of Child Poverty Action Group’s 2012 Appeal Campaign: A fair go for all kiwi kids - stop discrimination against New Zealand’s poorest children. The aim is to raise $50,0000 to allow CPAG to take its long standing human rights case to the Court of Appeal and beyond if necessary. Click here to find out more
When: National Children’s Day, Sunday, 4 March, 7pm for 7.30pm start
Where: Academy Cinema, 44 Lorne St Auckland (under the Central Library).
Cost: $20 per ticket
There is a raffle on the night, too. The prize is an annual family pass to Auckland Zoo – imagine unlimited daytime entry to Auckland Zoo for 2 adults and up to 3 children for a whole year! Raffle tickets are $2 each or three for $5.
To purchase tickets:
- Direct Deposit: Kiwibank 38-9003-0066858-00 please use your name and number of tickets as a reference. If you just want to make a donation, please use your name and ‘Appeal’.
- Cheque: Please address cheques to Child Poverty Action Group Inc, PO Box 5611, Wellesley Street, Auckland.
Please email or telephone (09) 303 9260 and tell us your name and the number of tickets you require. Electronic tickets can be emailed to you or you can pick up hardcopies them up on the night.
From all the team at CPAG - we look forward to see you at the Appeal Launch
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