Walt Disney World Resort is joining together with Orlando Ballet to help the local community. Staff from the Orlando Ballet wardrobe department have been using their talents to sew face coverings for the members of the Central Florida community who need them most.
Walt Disney World Resort donated more than 400 yards of fabric and 2,400 yards of elastic to the organization to help with the effort. This will go towards an estimated 3,000 much-needed non-medical, non-industrial-grade face coverings for local healthcare workers.
“It’s an honor to collaborate with one of Orlando Ballet’s longtime supporters and neighbors — Walt Disney World Resort — on this project,” said Cheryl Collins, interim executive director, Orlando Ballet. “Disney does such inspiring work in our community and we can’t thank them enough for their generosity. Orlando Ballet is extremely proud of our team and volunteers who have come together to create so many face coverings that are vital to people in Central Florida during this time.”
Check out the video below to see how both organizations are making a difference:
Source: Disney Parks Blog
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