You are invited to a very special fundraising event! A private screening of the movie Bad Moms Christmas on Friday evening, 3rd November at 6.30pm at Village Cinemas Hobart, hosted by the Tasmanian Thermomix Branch, raising funds for Ronald McDonald House.

A fabulous girls night out for an incredible cause - get your friends together and book tickets to this exclusive private screening of the hilarious Bad Mom's Christmas!!
$35 per ticket, includes popcorn, drink, exciting take home GOODIE BAG and entry into lucky door prize draw!!!

Book your tickets now before they sell out! https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?embed&eid=322016

6.30pm Arrival
6.45pm Speakers from RMHC, Thermomix and Lucky Door Prize draw
7pm Bad Moms Christmas Movie Screening commences

For any inquiries, please contact
Genevieve Koning
Branch Development Manager – Tasmania
Thermomix in Australia
M 0448 683 722
E genevievek@thermomix.com.au

Ronald McDonald House Hobart provides supported accommodation to Tasmanian families with seriously ill or injured children, who require specialised medical treated at the Royal Hobart Hospital. The Hobart House supports over 300 families a year from rural and regional Tasmania. Ronald McDonald House provides security, safety and support in what is often the most difficult time of many people’s lives and research tells us that family proximity to the hospital provides important psychological benefits for patients and their families.

Thermomix - Tasmanian Branch
The Tasmanian branch of Thermomix has chosen Ronald McDonald House Charity to fundraise this year, already raising almost $2000 at the RMHC Ball in August, through a Thermomix that was that was auctioned. A further $3000 is hoping to be raised through this event. One of the Thermomix team leaders in the North West of the state nominated this charity for Thermomix to support, as she spent almost a year living at Ronald McDonald House after her baby was born very early, a priceless gift she remembers and is forever grateful for.


" Ronald McDonald House is special to me and close to my hear because I’ve lived there for 129 nights. I’ve been part of the family and supported by the lovely volunteers and fellow residents. 14 years and 9 months ago, I was rushed from my Devonport home to RHH via Royal Flying Doctors Service where I had my baby boy at 29 weeks, he weighed a tiny 530g. Xavier needed special care at the NICU ward for many months. I was fortunate to be able to stay very close to him at no cost through Ronald McDonald house. Myself and my husband will always be extremely grateful for the assistance we received" - Meg Bowden, Team Leader in Devonport for Thermomix in Tasmania.