“Hope 911” Virtual Family Movie Night
“Hope 911” Virtual Family Movie Night.
The Yunion, in partnership with the Children’s Center, is excited to announce a virtual screening of “Hope 911”, a film that explores the traumas, and tragedies that place adolescents and teens at risk of suicide.
We’re hosting a virtual screening on Friday, May 29th at 7pm. Please join us in the comfort of your home or where ever you decide. This film sheds a necessary light on the challenges that teens face in today’s society while showing a compelling account of heroism, tragedy, faith, despair, and HOPE!
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