NZEDC presents: HOPE NIGHT

NZEDC is proud to host, for the second year running, ‘Hope Night’ for people and their families who are struggling with eating disorders.

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HOPE night is an opportunity for people who are in the midst of an eating disorder to experience directly that becoming free from an eating disorder is possible. The night is also to encourage parents to not give up and keep fighting for their loved one. 

There will be a panel with a range of different individuals and parents, who have recovered from an eating disorder or assisted a loved one, sharing their journey and providing practical tips. 

We also have a screening of the brave New Zealand documentary “Disorder”, directed by Miryam Jacobi and Olivia Mahood.

Another special guest will be Millie Thomas who will share her personal story with an eating disorder and tell us about her advocacy work in the field as a recovery coach.

Check out our flyer for more information.

Date:          Tuesday 30 October 
Time:          7:00pm – 8:30pm

Where:       Mercury Theatre (upper theatre) 9 Mercury Lane, AKL 
Cost:           Free 
Parking:    There is a Wilson car-park opposite the theatre
Contact:    Kathrin on kathrink@nzedc.co.nz