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CODY WALKER & REACH OUT WORLDWIDE CHARITY TEAM COMING TO HELP



Roy Mustaca from United Cinemas Australia with Cody & Felicia Walker from Reach Out Worldwide are deploying resources on the ground with much needed supplies to help Australia.

CODY WALKER & ROWW CHARITY TEAM COMING TO HELP

# LATE PAUL WALKER’s REACH OUT WORLD WIDE CHARITY SENDING 6 STRONG TEAM TO HELP 
#  6 VOLUNTEERS ARRIVE FROM USA 8.50AM MONDAY 13th JANUARY

Fast & Furious’s late Paul Walker started the ROWW ( Reach Out World Wide Charity) to provide physical assistance globally in disaster & crisis situations.  His brother Cody Walker has Team ROWW landing into  Sydney at 8.50am Monday 13th January to do just that here in Australia.  

Paul Walker’s brother, Cody Walker says “Australia has supported ROWW with funds raised in the last 5 years when I teamed up with United Cinemas Australia for the release of Fast & Furious 7 & 8. As soon as the enormity of what is happening with the bushfires came to our attention we have been planning with Roy Mustaca of United Cinemas to send a team so now we’re coming to do anything and everything in our powers to help and assist in any way we can over the next week or so.”

Roy Mustaca from United Cinemas Australia with Cody & Felicia Walker from Reach Out Worldwide are deploying resources on the ground with much needed supplies to help with the devastation the Australian people & animals are facing right now with the ongoing fires throughout New South Wales & Victoria. The ROWW team from the USA arrived into Sydney from Los Angeles with one of our very own Aussie Fire Fighters Craig De Meillon. The team will head to areas affected in NSW first then make their way towards Canberra & Victoria. 

The ROWW Team
Craig De Meillon- Australia - Aviation FF
Jennifer Stansell - Oregon - Wildland FF / EMT
Isabell Isenhart - Kentucky - FF
Scott McNair - Oregon - ROWW volunteer
Joshua Stout - Oregon - ROWW director of Deployments and Response - Gold Beach FF / EMT/ SAR
Justin Hester / California / Pasadena FF / Paramedic

Donations have already been received of large supplies of water and soft drinks for distribution and anyone who has donations of supplies/food and products can drop them off at all United Cinema locations across Australia. www.unitedcinemas.com.au 

Those wanting to give much needed supplies and general items please donate what ever you can at any United Cinemas location nationally via the box office. Any supplies or gold coin/money donated will be deployed by ROWW to those families & animals that are very much in need of your help. For those wanting to make a donation online please go to: https://www.unitedcinemas.com.au/UnitedandRowwbushfireappeal

United Cinemas Australia are rallying together with other major Australian Distributors & Exhibitors to raise as much money as possible via all ticket sales nationally on Sunday the 19th of January. We are donating $2 from every movie ticket sold to bushfire relief. Any Film and Any Session.

FURTHER DETAILS and to interview Cody Walker or Roy Mustaca email max@marksonsparks.com or call Max Markson 0412501601