Disney’s Expands Commitment with $500,000 Donation to Florida Organizations
Walt Disney World Resort just announced a $500,000 donation to five local conservation organizations as we continue to help make a happier, healthier planet possible for all.
- Conservation Florida
- Florida Wildlife Corridor Foundation
- The Nature Conservancy
- Trout Lake Nature Center
- Wekiva Wilderness Trust
This most recent donation brings our total given to nonprofit organizations across Florida since the start of the 50th Anniversary celebration to more than $6 million. It is one of the many ways we’re taking action to protect the planet as we remain committed to reducing our environmental footprint, caring for wildlife and their habitats, sharing stories that inspire action and supporting programs that make a world of difference in our community.
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Since 1995, Disney has directed more than $120 million and the expertise of our dedicated teams to wildlife conservation efforts like these, resulting in meaningful and measurable impacts.
“For nearly a century, we as a company have taken action to protect the people, places and wildlife around us. I could not be more excited about the positive impact these Disney Grants will have on Central Florida and all who call it home.” Dr. Mark Penning, Vice President – Disney’s Animals, Science and Environment
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