Disney Pledges $5 Million to Support Rebuilding of Notre-Dame Cathedral

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Today the Walt Disney Company announced it is committing $5 million to aid in the reconstruction of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris following the devastating fire that severely damaged the historic landmark this week.

“Notre-Dame is a beacon of hope and beauty that has defined the heart of Paris and the soul of France for centuries, inspiring awe and reverence for its art and architecture and for its enduring place in human history. The Walt Disney Company stands with our friends and neighbors in the community, offering our heartfelt support as well as a $5 million donation for the restoration of this irreplaceable masterpiece,” said Robert A. Iger, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Walt Disney Company.

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Disney Pledges $5 Million to Support Rebuilding of Notre-Dame Cathedral

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Disney Pledges $5 Million to Support Rebuilding of Notre-Dame Cathedral Disney Pledges $5 Million to Support Rebuilding of Notre-Dame Cathedral Disney Pledges $5 Million to Support Rebuilding of Notre-Dame Cathedral Disney Pledges $5 Million to Support Rebuilding of Notre-Dame Cathedral Disney Pledges $5 Million to Support Rebuilding of Notre-Dame Cathedral Disney Pledges $5 Million to Support Rebuilding of Notre-Dame Cathedral
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2 thoughts on “Disney Pledges $5 Million to Support Rebuilding of Notre-Dame Cathedral

  1. Disney should have been the first company to donate money for Notre Dame, and 5 million seems like a very small amount to how much money that company makes every year and every day. Every day the parks alone make that much.

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