DCF Promotes Foster Care with Movie Night

Movie Theaters Across State Show Documentary on Caring for Children in Need. Recruiters will be on hand to promote need for family foster homes in Kansas


Select movie theaters across Kansas will be showing an inspirational movie about a man who has dedicated his life to rescuing and helping orphaned children in Kenya. Mully will be shown at 7:00 p.m., Oct. 3-5, in Topeka, Lawrence, Wichita, Olathe and Merriam at the following theaters:


Hollywood Stadium 14

6200 SW 6th Ave.


Southwind Stadium 12

3433 Iowa St.


Warren Theatre East

11611 E. 13th St. N.


Theatre West Plus IMAX

9150 W. 21st St. N.


Studio 28 KC with IMAX

12075 S. Strang Line Rd.


Cinemark 20 Merriam

5500 Antioch


Mully tells the story of Charles Mully, who was just six-years-old when his family abandoned him in Kenya. Later in life, after becoming a millionaire entrepreneur, he sold everything he owned to rescue more than 12,000 homeless, abused or orphaned children.

Mully has since established a charity, Mully Children’s Family, dedicated to making a difference in the lives of thousands of children in need. 

Kansas Department for Children and Families (DCF) staff will be onsite at each movie location promoting the need for foster families across the state of Kansas. Recruiters will have a booth available to address questions and help prospective foster families start the fostering journey.

To learn more about the movie, visit http://mullymovie.com/about. If you are interested in learning more about becoming a foster parent, visit www.fosterkskids.org.