As part of national Homelessness Week, the Launceston Benevolent Society invites you to a screening of the Australian film Some Happy Day (MA15+), to promote awareness of the experience of homelessness in Launceston.
Some Happy Day is a story about Tina, a homeless woman in desperate search of a better life, who meets Frances, a social worker with troubles of her own. Over a single day their lives interweave, revealing unsettling connections that lead to change and redemption.
Your attendance will contribute towards assisting people who are struggling with having a safe, secure and warm place to live, as the issue of homelessness in Launceston becomes far too common.
The ticket price of $30 includes the movie ticket, a short video about of personal stories from people currently experiencing homelessness in Launceston, plus some light refreshments (you can find the link to purchase tickets in the panel on the right of this page). All funds raised will go directly to towards homelessness support in the community.
The Launceston Benevolent Society is Tasmania’s oldest emergency relief welfare charity, operating in Launceston since 1834, and is an independent, non-religious, non-profit organisation which provides emergency support and assistance for people in need within the community.