Orana’s Night At The Movies
What a fantastic evening! Orana hosted a ‘Night at the Movies’ to celebrate International Day of People with Disability at the Capri Theatre.
On Thursday 1st December, Orana clients, employees, and staff filled the Capri theatre to watch Mamma Mia (2008). All guests received Candy Bar items and were treated to a short performance by the Capri Organist, Claire Baker.
Thanks to the generosity of some South Australian businesses, we were able to give away six raffle prizes totalling more than $1,000. Included in the raffle prizes were a jet flight simulator experience, small electrical appliances, chocolates, gift vouchers and much more.
“Orana’s Night at The Movies was the perfect opportunity to celebrate such an important date with friends and colleagues. The Capri was amazing and had the perfect community feel.” Orana’s Night at The Movies MC, Taylah Watson.
At Orana, we aim to help spread the word about this significant day that recognises and celebrates the achievements and contributions of people with disability.
It’s a wonderful opportunity for all of us to come together and celebrate International Day of People with Disability while also raising awareness in the wider community.
Orana is proud to support International Day of People with Disability, which celebrates the contributions and lives of people with disability, while also promoting an inclusive community in which all people feel welcomed and valued.
“Thank you for allowing me to come and enjoy the night – so many clients that attended had a great time and are looking forward to the next Movie Night.” Para Hills West Coordinating Supervisor, Angelina Mayger.
We will continue to raise awareness, recognise, and celebrate the achievements and contributions of people with disability and we hope to host more inclusive events like Orana’s Night at the Movies in the future.
Thank you for joining us to celebrate International Day of People with Disability; we are proud to support and create opportunities for South Australians with disability to live a life of their choice.