GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD)-Celebration Cinema has always been a place that brings people together to form a connection over a common interest. This is why they are offering several promotions in May to rally around mental health. Throughout May, when you visit any Celebration Cinema, $1 from every bucket of popcorn will be donated to support local mental health work advocacy.
Cinema has also partnered with Heroes for Hope to support mental health awareness in Grand Rapids. On May 7, the Heroes for Hope 5k and Kids Fun Run will take place at Studio Park. The kids run is free and participants will receive a free cape and towel for signing up. The 5k costs 30 dollars, and all proceeds will support mental health in our community. You can use the code “MARANDA” when registering for the 5k and receive a $10 discount. Learn more about the race, how to sign up, and how Heroes for Hope continues to break the stigma on mental health here.
Another exciting thing coming to Celebration Cinema is the showing of Judy Bloom’s adaptation of “Are you there God? It’s me, Margaret.” During the first week of its filming, every dollar from ticket sales will support local libraries and their youth engagement programs.