The net proceeds from the screening of the ‘Daughter of the King’ scheduled for Sept. 24, at 7 p.m. at St. Clair College Capital Theatre will be directed to the United Way campaign.
Darlene Smith-Kling, president of the Chatham Kent Women’s Centre, said “The Women’s Centre has recently joined the United Way family of agencies and is committed to helping the United Way Campaign achieve its $1.9 million dollar goal.”
Daughter of the King is an independent dramatic film starring Chatham actress Debra van Gaalen. The movie addresses the issues of human trafficking, prostitution and addiction, and is being presented by the Chatham Kent Women’s Centre. Cost is $5 at the door. Donations to the United Way Campaign will be requested.