Fundraising for ‘A Party For Me’

We’re fundraising to cover costs from making ‘A Party For Me’. You can read more about the project and our goals here, and follow the link to the PledgeMe project.

Ladies and Gentleman,

We are fundraising to cover costs for A Party For Me, and would appreciate your support. 

Please follow this link to PledgeMe:

PledgeMe is a New Zealand crowdfunding site. For those who are unfamiliar with crowdfunding, to donate you pledge an amount and provide your credit card details (the site is 100% legit and safe if you have any concerns). If the project is pledged the full amount, then the amount you pledged comes off your credit card. If it does not reach its target by the deadline, then no charge is made to your credit card. $270 is the minimum we need to raise; we can exceed the target.

We are asking for $270. That is to cover the costs incurred by make-up and wardrobe, who created the look for our nine undead characters. It will also go towards the costs of hiring equipment, such as a smoke machine, lenses, and lights.

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Fundraiser: tonight

Reminder: Fundraising short film screening tonight at Happy.

Hi all,

Just a reminder that we’ve got a short film screening tonight at Happy (118 Tory Street), fundraising for The Lake.

Doors at 8pm; screening starts at 8.30pm. A fine selection of short films (and one music video).

All we ask is a $5 contribution towards The Lake.

Fundraising short screening
The Lake Fundraiser

For sale on the night – Trade Aid Chocolate – Fundraising for The Lake.

  • 50g block of dark chocolate – $5 ea.
  • 25g bar of dark or milk chocolate – $2.50 ea.

Benefit Screening For the Pike River Community

Gaylene Preston is arranging a fundraising screening of Home By Christmas at Park Road, to raise funds for the Pike River Community.

From the WIFT Newsletter.

We at WIFT, like the entire country, were saddened to hear abut the Pike River mine tragedy. So we wholeheartedly support the news that Gaylene Preston is holding a benefit screening next week, in aid of the Pike River community.

What: A benefit screening of Home By Christmas
When: Tuesday 7th December 6.30pm Where: Park Road Cinema, Park Road Post Productions, Miramar, 141 Park Road (by the California Garden Centre).
A convivial sip will be served beforehand from 6pm in the Park Road Post Cafeteria.
Recommended contribution: $50 per person.
You can pay by direct bank credit (ask for details when you RSVP), or by cash or cheque only at the door. No credit card facilities.
Strictly RSVP (as seats are limited) to the1(at)

Gaylene says “The tragic events of the last week have highlighted that special spirit of simplicity and fortitude that still shines forth from the West Coast community. This is a special fundraiser to celebrate that spirit. I hope you can come.”

Goings On

Multiple things happening at the moment – lovely and stressful.

I’m working on a few things at the moment – yay stress! I also have a few upcoming events.

  1. MASC gig – Wednesday December 1
  2. The Lake Fundraising Film Screening
  3. Preparing Harmless for entering into Film Festivals, and doing the DVD for cast/crew
  4. Rewriting a feature script into script format.
  5. Dance performance – Saturday 27th 10.45am – Hillary Court, Naenae
  6. 10 year college reunion

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