Bringing safe water to the poorest communities
As part of our partnership, Picturehouse Cinemas supported our clean water programmes with their own branded water bottles.
10p from every bottle of water bought at a Picturehouse Cinema was donated to Plan International from 2008-2016.
All hail the Queen of Katwe
For International Day of the Girl, Plan International UK held an exclusive screening of Disney’s new film, the Queen of Katwe, in Picturehouse Central, in association with our partners Picturehouse.
Lupita Nyong’o, one of the film's stars, was one of the guests and introduced the film, championing the need to empower girls.
Bringing real change to young people
For more than eight years Picturehouse cinemas and members around the country have supported Plan International in a whole host of ways from marathons, to auctioning cinema seats, popcorn challenges and fundraising weekends.
From 2016 Picturehouse and Plan International will be working together to raise awareness and funds to make a difference for girls around the world and in the UK.
"Cinema is a universal language in bringing the world together, and working with Plan International allows us to unite together so we can bring real change to young people around the world."
- Lyn Goleby, Managing Director of Picturehouse Cinemas
Transforming Lives Through Water
Access to clean water can transform the lives of people in the world's poorest communities.
That's why, in 2014, Plan's water, sanitation and hygiene programme supported 835,207 households and helped communities to build or refurbish 4,112 water points.