Fleurieu Community Foundation annual outdoor cinema fundraiser screens A Dog's Purpose

FURRY FRIENDS: Fleurieu Community Foundation chair Brad Butler and Duke are excited for the foundation's screening of A Dog's Purpose on February 17 for the annual movie night fundraiser. Photo: Dani Brown.

FURRY FRIENDS: Fleurieu Community Foundation chair Brad Butler and Duke are excited for the foundation's screening of A Dog's Purpose on February 17 for the annual movie night fundraiser. Photo: Dani Brown.

By watching a movie this Saturday, you can help those in need in our community.

The Fleurieu Community Foundation’s annual outdoor cinema will screen A Dog’s Purpose at the Victor Harbor Yacht Club at 8.30pm as a fundraiser for their Back to School program.

The program sees the distribution of $12,000 worth of $50 vouchers to local families who struggle to come up with the money needed for back to school costs.

“We know that not every child on the Fleurieu begins the school year with the essentials needed,” foundation chair Brad Butler said.

“The foundation has found that by working collaboratively with the local schools, the Back to School initiative has become a practical, positive program that makes a real difference in the lives of children by providing $50 gift vouchers to students in need.”

Gates open at 8pm. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for children, and can be purchased on the night or prior to the event from the office of Butler and Butler on Coral Street, Victor Harbor.

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