See Santa, Watch Home Alone, and Feed Jacksonville
First A.C.T., the nonprofit Florida Theatre’s young professional networking group, presents the film Home Alone, to benefit Feeding Northeast Florida.
Admission is FREE for every adult and child with a gift of canned or nonperishable food.
Doors open at 12:30 p.m. Come early and have your picture taken with Santa, have some milk and cookies, and make an ornament at the crafting area. Home Alone begins at 2 p.m. Runtime is 103 min.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
What is the price of admission? The price of admission is a donation of food. At least one item per adult and per child, please. More is welcome. This is a great family event and an opportunity to teach young children and adults about philanthropy.
How are you able to offer this movie for free? We are able to offer this movie for free because of the support of our wonderful sponsors. First A.C.T., the Florida Theatre’s young professional networking group, is volunteering their time to coordinate the event, and the Florida Theatre is absorbing the administrative overhead as a community service.
Where will the food go? The food will be received by Feeding Northeast Florida, our community’s food bank and a partner of Feeding America.
What food should I bring? Shelf-stable foods are best for the most people, from children over a weekend, to homeless persons with no way to prepare meals, to working families who need to prepare quick, but nourishing meals. Here are some suggestions:
Canned vegetables: corn, green beans.
Canned fruit: peaches, pears, mixed fruit.
Peanut butter in plastic jars.
Canned meats like tuna and chicken.
Macaroni and cheese.
Pop top cans of ravioli and spaghetti
Boxed items like macaroni and cheese, pasta, and instant potatoes.