A new movie theater was scheduled to open in our city, and the management asked us to help. They wanted to open with a free screening for local underprivileged children, but didn’t know how to go about it. We’ve visited a number of children’s homes in the six years we’ve been here, so finding worthy children was no problem. We invited the children from an orphanage and two homes for abused and abandoned children, as well as 50 children with cancer from the local children’s hospital—a whole theater full of grateful kids. Most of them had seldom, if ever, seen a movie in a theatre, and this one came complete with popcorn and a drink. It was a blast.