Moviegoers can catch a flick at Bengie’s Drive-In Movie Theatre while supporting individuals experiencing homelessness and substance abuse disorder during a fundraiser Thursday night.
The drive-in theater, located at 3417 Eastern Blvd. in Middle River, will show the 1995 movie “Jumanji,” starring Robbin Williams, as part of local nonprofit Baltimore Station‘s 3rd annual Drive-In Movie Night fundraiser.
Proceeds from the movie showing will support Baltimore Station’s residential and outpatient treatment programs for veterans and other individuals experiencing homelessness and substance abuse disorder.
Tickets are $75 per car and will include food from Mission BBQ, non-alcoholic beverages, candy and popcorn.
The movie night event, which will run from 7-10 p.m. Thursday, will also include face painting, live music, and prize raffles. Children who attend will receive a special gift.
Baltimore Station provides therapeutic relapse prevention services, workforce and life skills development, and other services to help clients transition from homelessness to permanent housing and a steady income.