Disney Partners With Local Nonprofits to Support the Community

Disney Nonprofit Community

Disneyland Resort is teaming up with local nonprofit organizations to help in need at Orange County, California. For instance, they recently teamed up with both Community Action Partnership of Orange County (CAPOC) and MOMS Orange County. Over 300 families received diapers, wipes and other essential baby items at a recent drive-thru distribution event.

“An event like this where a family can drive home with an ample supply of diapers is just huge—it’s such a cost savings and it relieves stress for families with babies. We’re so grateful to CAPOC and Disney VoluntEARS for making today’s event happen.”

— Andrea Dunn, Chief Development Officer of MOMS Orange County

Disney Nonprofit Community

Also, Disneyland Resort and their Disney VoluntEARS proudly support CAPOC, as well as Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County, for decades. Together, they donated 30 pallets of food—soups, meat and pantry items, prepped for donating by Disney chefs—to Second Harvest Food Bank and Caterina’s Club.

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Disney Nonprofit Community

The Disneyland Resort has continues to actively support their community by volunteering. So far, they’ve made efforts by donating half a million pounds of food to local food banks. Also, providing more than $5 million dollars of surplus merchandise to local nonprofits.

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Kevin Koszola
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