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A Tradition of Support.
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Partner with WRMPPF and help us save the lives of premature infants. Easy fundraising tools can be sent directly to your theatre and help from Will Rogers staff is a phone call away.
A Future of Possibilities.
Join the Tradition.
Each summer since 1936 theaters around the U.S. raise funds to support the Will Rogers Motion Picture Pioneers Foundation and its public programs. To learn how you can join the tradition and raise money in your theater please contact email@example.com for details.