The Hope Cinema is back!!
The Hope Project will hold its very first movie block-screening this April 28, 2017, at the Robinsons Manila Movieworld.
Don’t miss the latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the upcoming sequel, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2! The Guardians are back with new adventures to face as they traverse to the outer cosmos. With his new-found family, Star-Lord, also known as Peter Quill, unravels the mysteries of his true parentage. Old enemies become new allies and the Guardians become more heroic than ever.
The Hope Project invites everyone to come and explore the galaxy with Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax the Destroyer, Rocket, and Baby Groot. This will be one of The Hope Project’s big fund-raising events in order to support our efforts to provide play and psychosocial activities for children with chronic illnesses. Mark your calendars and save the date to catch GoTG Vol.2 on April 28th, Thursday, 6pm at the Robinson’s Place Manila Cinema 1! Tickets will be sold for 350 pesos inclusive of popcorn and a raffle ticket and a get a chance to win a special prize!
Let us all explore the galaxy with The Hope Project this April!
For tickets and more information, please see the follow contacting details.
The Hope Project
University of the Philippines – Manila
As a university organization that focuses on volunteerism, happiness, and hope, The Hope Project (also known as THP) is a non-profit organization in the University of the Philippines, Manila that aims to promote and ensure the normal growth of a child confined in the hospital setting as well as to provide psychosocial support and charitable aid for pediatric patients with chronic illnesses. THP envisions and aims to turn commiseration into action by forming its members holistically through member formations, project involvements, and hospital volunteerism. They organize various on- and off-campus advocacy and, finance projects, member formation activities, as well as hospital visits to the Philippine General Hospital’s pediatric ward, Bahay Aruga, Cancer Institute, and more to fulfill their mission as an organization. Guided by this, The Hope Project aspires to equip its volunteers with the knowledge needed to achieve the goal of THP and to mold them into compassionate and dedicated people of action.