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Category Archives: Community Responsibility
Summer break is winding down and teachers from across Central Florida are preparing to receive a fresh crop of eager young students for the year. For the eleventh time since 2003, Mickey Mouse and VoluntEARS from Walt Disney World Resort … Continue reading
Disney’s Community involvement results in a ton of great stories. It’s always been my pleasure to share how support from The Mouse is helping an endangered species, cleaning the environment, or helping a non-profit. Today’s story focuses on Disney’s efforts … Continue reading
One of the things Disney does really well to support the community is to organize the MEAC/SCWAC Challenge – a college football game that pits two historically black colleges against each other along with additional events around the game. The … Continue reading
The presence of the Walt Disney Company in central Florida has brought many good things to the community. But next year one of the best will open. It’s a pediatric care center at the Florida Hospital that will feature 200 … Continue reading