Farmington Hills charity’s ‘Movie-thon’ benefits kids with leukemia

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Farmington Hills-based Children’s Leukemia Foundation of Michigan (CLF) will host its 20th annual Hollywood Nights 24-hour Movie-Thon, a unique fundraiser held November 1 and 2 at Emagine Novi to benefit 3,200 patients served by the organization each year.

Children’s Leukemia Foundation Movie-thin
(Children’s Leukemia Foundation)

General admission includes 24 hours of movies, unlimited popcorn and soft drinks, lunch and dinner. The Fantastic Four Pack, geared towards groups and those with less time, includes dinner, two movies, and unlimited soft drinks and popcorn for four.

Participants are encouraged to set individual fundraising goals to help raise additional money and awareness. CLF patients and families receive admission to the event at no charge as an opportunity to get out and have fun.

For more information or to register, write to Kristen King, kking@leukemiamichigan.org.