A portion of ticket sales from “20th Century Women” will be donated to Planned Parenthood, and there’s still time to help

If you’re like us, and totally inspired by this weekend’s Women’s March, you may be looking for more ways to keep the momentum going. What if we told you that paying a visit to the movies today could also help you pay it forward? Well, 20th Century Women studio A24 is donating a portion of ticket sales this weekend to Planned Parenthood. And they’re making it easier than ever to put your money where your mouth is.

20th Century Women is a story about a group of women raising a boy in 1979, and their obstacles while doing so. The film stars Annette Benning, Greta Gerwig and Elle Fanning, and gives prominent mention to Planned Parenthood throughout!

Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards talks of the non-profit’s role in the film, below!


“Mike [writer and director] has done a fabulous job in this film of covering real women’s stories in a way that is accessible and it actually generates conversations, Richards says in the video.


With Trump’s recent election win, government funding for women’s healthcare has a high risk of being defunded. We need to take action now in order to prevent it from happening.

20th Century Women is certainly a film that carries the theme of this weekend’s movement. Grab your girlfriend and check it out — while showing your support for Planned Parenthood in the process.