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  1. Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts Turn Their Focus to Local Communities

    As you may have seen on Good Morning America, Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort started donations of surplus food to help the local communities we call home during our temporary closures.

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  2. Walt Disney World Resort Supports Central Florida Community by Donating Excess Food to Second Harvest Food Bank During Temporary

    To help other Central Floridians in need during this time, Walt Disney World Resort will donate excess food inventory like fresh salads, greens and expertly cooked hot items to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida, as part of the ongoing Disney Harvest program.

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  3. Disney Parks Donates Supplies to Hospitals and Medical Professionals

    In response to requests from hospitals that are in need of additional protective garments and medical-related supplies, Disney Parks has donated 150,000 rain ponchos to MedShare, a humanitarian aid organization, for distribution to hospitals in need.

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  4. Aulani Resort Donates Fresh Food to Community

    The bountiful fresh food normally enjoyed by Aulani Resort guests won’t go to waste during Aulani’s temporary closure. That’s because it will be used to feed the community through a donation made to Aloha Harvest, a food collection and redistribution organization located on Oahu.

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  5. Walt Disney World Cast Members Surprise Local Seniors with Easter Lilies

    Cast members at Walt Disney World Resort are keeping the Disney magic alive with impactful acts of kindness. Ahead of the Easter holiday, 200 local seniors received a special surprise with their Meals on Wheels delivery –  Easter lilies donated by Walt Disney World.

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