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Auckland Movie Night To Benefit NPH Children

NPH New Zealand to host early release of Salmon Fishing in the Yemen
March 31, 2012 - New Zealand

After the success of the NPH New Zealand Latin American cocktail party, it is our pleasure to announce that NPH New Zealand will hold our first Movie Fundraising Evening.

The NPH New Zealand Latin American Cocktail Party [1/3]

NPH New Zealand has been granted a special early release to the acclaimed film Salmon Fishing in the Yemen starring Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt.

All proceeds from the evening will benefit NPH and help to provide much needed food, shelter, education and medical attention for orphaned and abandoned children in Latin America & the Caribbean.

Enjoy a drink and nibbles before watching a special premier of one the most awaited films of the year. Please join NPH friends & supporters for a fun night and contribute generously to help these children to break free from the cycle of poverty.

See Trailer:

Wednesday May 9, 2012
Drinks from 7.30pm
Movie 8.00pm

Lido Cinema
427 Manukau Road Epsom

Tickets are $25 including a glass of wine.

For all bookings please email:

Kristina Cavit   


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