Three days of magic for children and their families from local charities

Topics) : Sustainable development, Disneyland Paris

During its reopening week in June 2021, Disneyland Paris welcomed 300 underprivileged children and families over three days to discover the Disney Parks and experience a day of magic. Invited in collaboration with the Ile-de-France Region, they come from charities supporting low-income families and from medical and educational centers (K D'Urgence, IME L'Éclair, SESSAD Passerose, Les Restos du Cœur, Secours Catholique, the Auteuil Foundation, ATD Fourth World, SOL en Si, Emmaüs, the French Red Cross and the Order of Malta).

This invitation is part of Disneyland Paris' longstanding commitment to support the actions of charities and local communities to improve the lives of underprivileged children and families throughout the year. Over the past 15 months, Disneyland Paris has supported charities and healthcare facilities by redistributing food, medical supplies and Disney merchandise with a retail value of over €10 million.

Source(s): DisneylandParis News (official site)

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