COLLIE Senior High School's 2013 Gallipoli tour students are organising a screening of documentary The Ride.
Students are organising the event as a thank you to the community for the support they received during the fundraising for the tour.
Year 11 student and event organiser Braydee Thompson said students would set up the projectors and sound equipment, create flyers and posters and organise a light supper.
"We're excited because we're giving back to the community, because they've given to us," Ms Thompson said.
Money raised by the event will go to the Collie Riding Develops Abilities group. Tour organiser Ed Croft said an adult going on the tour recommended that students organise the event, after attending a screening of the documentary in December.
The documentary documented how there were choices and consequences in life, and how people's lives could change instantly, Mr Croft said.
In the documentary, four men travel 5000 kilometres across Australia to visit accident sites connected to their disabilities.
The committee decided it would be a good idea for students to organise the event, Mr Croft said. Mr Croft was determined he would not be coerced by students into doing the organising for them.
The Ride will be screened at the school gymnasium at 7pm on Wednesday, March 13. Entry is a gold coin donation but is free for year 11 and 12 students.