STORIES OF DISNEY'S IMPACT IN CENTRAL FLORIDA
DECEMBER 19, 2018 - WALT DISNEY WORLD
Disney Cast Members join U.S. Marine Corps in brightening the holidays for 30,000 Central Florida children through Toys for Tots.
Continuing the celebration of the 35th anniversary of the Disney VoluntEARS program, 35 Disney VoluntEARs and the 2019-2020 Walt Disney World Resort Ambassador team represented the nearly 75,000 Cast Members of Walt Disney World by bringing toys to the Central Florida Toys for Tots distribution warehouse via Minnie Van ...
For Disney Cast Members, dreams are within reach through Disney Aspire.
Close friends. Roommates. Cast Members. And students! Tiara and Trisha are two Cast Members who are motivating and supporting each other as they discover their educational dreams are within reach through Disney Aspire, the groundbreaking 100-percent paid tuition education investment program ...
Disney VoluntEARS bring holiday cheer to families at Give Kids the World Village.
Pixie dust, smiles and snow were plentiful at Give Kids the World Village, where Disney VoluntEARS recently visited wish children with critical illnesses and their families ...
Disney continues its longstanding tradition of supporting the military and military families by hiring, training and supporting veterans.
Disney's legacy of military support dates back to the Company's founders, Walt and Roy Disney, who both served their country during World War I ...
Camaraderie, mariachi music and millions of memories! Cast Member Randy Carrillo looks back on his 36-year musical career at Epcot as a founding member of Mariachi Cobre.
Disney Cruise Line and Adventures by Disney were both recently recognized as "Best for Families" by Cruise Critic, while Disney Cruise Line was also honored by Newsweek for customer service.
Chef Mickey and Disney Cast Members recently surprised a family with a magical moment to celebrate the 1 millionth mobile order in the My Disney Experience app.
Disney's Animal Kingdom recently welcomed Amira, a Masai giraffe calf. Her name, which is the Swahili word for princess, was chosen in a vote by Disney Parks Blog readers.