A welcome update on the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund (DWCF) from Beth Stevens, Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Corporate Citizenship, Environment and Conservation and former Disney’s Animal Kingdom Vice President. The DWCF has officially issued more than 1000 grants since it first started in 1995. 150… Read More »Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund Celebrates 1000th Grant
For over 16 years the Disneyland Resort has been helping local teachers offer improved arts education through a series of grants. A new version of that grand program debuted this year and the Disneyland Resort is now accepting applications from kindergarten through 12th-grade teachers in all Orange County school districts for enhanced Disneyland CREATE (Creative Resources Enabling Arts through Education) Grants.
Formerly known as Disneyland Resort Enabling Grants, the CREATE program provides classroom teachers with needed funds for projects, programs and materials that directly support student involvement in the visual and performing arts.
Throughout the holiday season and all year long, Walt Disney World Resort works in tandem with charities throughout Central Florida to build better futures for local children. As the new year approaches, now is the time for those charities to apply for financial support available… Read More »Disney Grants Help Kids Shine in 2011; Funds Available for Eligible Local Non-Profits
The Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund holds a place near to my heart. It carries on the work of Walt Disney by preserving the outdoors, ecosystems, and animals that were so close to Disney’s success with the True Life Adventure series. In recent years, Disney has… Read More »Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund announces 2010 Grants
Disneyland has always been close to the community of Anaheim (the politicians is sometimes a different matter). Each year since 2005, the resort has recognized 10 outstanding Orange County high school seniors with a $5,000 scholarship. This year’s “prize patrol” visited students at their schools,… Read More »Disneyland fetes grads with grants