STORIES OF DISNEY'S IMPACT IN CENTRAL FLORIDA
OCTOBER 30, 2018 - WALT DISNEY WORLD
Walt Disney World Resort selects
2019-2020 Ambassador team to represent more than 74,000 Cast Members during an era of unprecedented growth and development.
and Stephen Lim
will represent Walt Disney World Resort, its Cast Members and ideals during their two-year term as Ambassadors. Among their responsibilities are championing the efforts of Disney VoluntEARs, as well as recognizing and celebrating the achievements of Disney Cast Members ...
Young women behind #DreamBigPrincess video series celebrate International Day of the Girl at Walt Disney World Resort.
Disney VoluntEARS go out of this world with
Toy Story Land-inspired sculpture at
'CANstruction' event to benefit Second Harvest Food Bank.
In a quest to inspire the Central Florida community to reach to infinity and beyond in helping those in need, Disney VoluntEARS created a larger-than-life sculpture of an iconic attraction in Toy Story Land at Disney's Hollywood Studios using more than 5,000 canned food items ...
First panel is installed at new solar facility providing power to Walt Disney World Resort.
When completed in a few months, this new 270-acre, 50-megawatt solar facility will, on average, generate enough renewable clean energy to equate to powering two of our four Disney theme parks in Central Florida. ...
Disney VoluntEARS showed their support for our vibrant Central Florida community at a parade celebrating Orlando Pride Week.
More than 3,300 Cast Members, their friends and family had a WILD time at Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park during an exclusive 5K Fun Run.
With its Readers' Choice Awards, Condé Nast Traveler has once again named Disney Cruise Line the world's top "Large Cruise Line."
Disney Vacation Club recently celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month, highlighting the special bonds of Cast Members on the Member Services team.
The Disney Conservation Fund recently awarded $5 Million to conservation organizations and named its 2018 Disney Conservation Heroes.
The Walt Disney Company donated $1 Million in humanitarian aid to support communities impacted by Hurricane Michael.