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Host A Benefit Screening: Fundraising Platform

Planning a Local Adaptive Sports Group Event?

Utilize Warren Miller & Robert Redford to Build Excitement with Make A Hero’s Award-Winning Film, ‘The Movement’! 

Adaptive sports groups & non-profits must seek innovative ways to raise funds and create awareness.

Most organizations host events to connect with supporters and increase community involvement. 

Make A Hero’s ‘Host A Benefit Screening’ delivers The Movement : One Man Joins An Uprising’  an award winning, inspiring story that highlights five individuals with disabilities, who have overcome limitations to experience the freedom of adaptive sports & recreation – as an advanced platform within existing fundraising events.

No need to book a movie hall to host a screening … utilize the space available to you and make the most of this innovative fundraising platform. 


 

How Will Make A Hero’s Host A Benefit Screening’ Improve Your Next Fundraising Event?

 


All proceeds raised from the ‘Host A Benefit Screening’ stay with your organization! The nominal hosting fee due prior to the event provides the following:

  • High-Definition DVD of ‘The Movement’ : One Man Joins An Uprising.
  • Fully Customizable Promotional Material: Posters, Flyers & Tickets to Raise Awareness for Your Event. 
  • Web-Based Announcements of Your Event Through the Make A Hero Community, via The HERO Blog & Social Media Outlets.
  • Complimentary Digital Downloads of ‘The Movement’ – for Every Attendee to Watch, Again & Again, Anytime.
  • ‘The Movement’ Has Been Adapted to Meet Vision & Hearing Impaired Accessibility Requirements in Order to Reach Individuals of All Abilities.

Click here to email us or call 303-818-7901 to learn more about ‘Host A Benefit Screening’!


“We screened ‘The Movement’ as part of our 5th Annual Teton Adaptive Sports Benefit. Our guests thought “The Movement” was entertaining, educational, and inspirational. We brought several sit skis and invited folks to get a closer look, sit in them and ask questions – this captured a lot of interest. TAS took in just over $8500, that’s a great night for us – the best to date! The support from Make A Hero was great, we received customized fliers, posters, tickets along with the DVD. The whole process was smooth, and a considerable addition to our annual event.” 

                                                    – Kurt Henry, Executive Director, Teton Adaptive Sports

“Event was a great success, ‘The Movement’ was very well received and allowed us to have a great night of fundraising with our community. We can’t wait until [Make A Hero’s] next film comes out.”

                                   – Sandy Olney, Executive Director, ASPNC – Event date 10/17/13

“The film worked really well as a way to break up the night which was put together to work as an orientation for the new and old staff for the upcoming ski season. The film was very entertaining, and it was great to see a professionally produced film that is that inspirational and educational about adaptive sports.”                                                                                              

         – Geoff Krill, Sports Director, New England Disabled Sports – Event date 11/2/13


Upcoming Host A Benefit Screenings:

Support adaptive sports groups utilizing The Movement as a fundraiser by attending the following events!

Common Ground Outdoor Adventure
Caine Lyric Theatre, 28 West Center, Logan, UT 
Thursday, February 20th, 2014
Doors open 6:45 pm, Show starts 7:15 pm
Tickets: $10 donation at the door
Email: Josh – cg [at] cgadventures [dot] org or call (435) 713-0288
View Common Ground’s blog post for more info, or visit
http://www.cgadventures.org
Sponsored by:
Beaver Mountain Ski Patrol
Marie Eccles Caine Foundation – Russell Family
 
Three Rivers Adaptive Sports
The Hollywood Theatre 1449 Potomac Ave, Pittsburgh, PA
Friday, March 7th, 2014
Doors open 7 pm, Show starts 8 pm
Tickets: $25 or group rate 8 for $160
View TRAS blog post for more info, or visit
www.TRASPA.org

Recent Past Host A Benefit Screenings:

 

Bart J. Ruggiere Adaptive Sports Center
Wild Boar Tavern – Bromley Mountain Resort
144 Bromley Lodge Rd, Peru, VT
 
Sunday, December 29th, 2013
Show starts at 7:00PM
Tickets Available: www.bartcenter.com or 
P.O. Box 2232, Manchester Ctr. VT 05255 
Tickets: $10.00 / ALL Proceeds to Bart Center
 
For More Information, Email: bartcenter [at] comcast [dot] com or call 802-824-5522

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Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation

The Phoenix at Sunday River – 9 Timberline Drive, Newry, ME 04261

Saturday, December 7th, 2013

Show Starts @ 5:30         

                     Tickets Available: ‘The Phoenix’ Box Office or

                                      Online @ www.tinyurl.com/MaineAdaptive

                       Tickets: $15 w/ ALL Proceeds to MAS

For More Information, Email Thaller [at] maine [dot] rr [dot] com

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Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country

The Colonial Theatre, 2050 Main Street, Bethlehem, NH

Thursday – October 17, 2013

Doors Open @ 6:30PM, Show Starts @ 7:00PM

Tickets Available: www.AdaptiveSportsPartners.org


 

The following adaptive sports groups and non-profit organizations have utilized ‘The Movement’ to create awareness & increase fundraising for their groups:

 

Adaptive Adventure Indiana University East
Adaptive Sports Iowa Iowa Adaptive Sports
Al Ringling Theater Ithaca College
ARISE group Benefit Lounsbury Adaptive Ski Program
Bart J. Ruggiere Adaptive Sports Center Oregon Adaptive Sports
CAP Foundation Benefit Oregon Disability Sports
Capstone Project – UNH Rehabilitation of Chicago
Challenge Aspen Sarah Holm Benefit
Colorado Adaptive Sports Self Help for Hard of Hearing People
Craig Hospital Silaton, Monterey, Mexico
Depauw University Southeast Alaska Indie Sports
Double H Ranch STAR Rehab
Eaglemount – Big Sky Steamboat Stars
Eaglemount – Bozeman TAASC – Adaptive Adventure Sports Coalition
Empower SCI (Spinal Cord Injuries) Telluride Adaptive Sports
Good Will Industry Teton Adaptive Sport

Click here to email us or call 303-818-7901 to learn more about ‘Host A Benefit Screening’!


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