The Walt Disney Company Donates $1 Million Towards The Make-A-Wish-Foundation

The Walt Disney Company and Make-A-Wish have in partnership for the past 40 years and have granted more than 145,000 Disney inspired wishes for children with endangering illnesses. Chairman & CEO of Disney, Bob Chapek shared the other day during the Disney Wish presentation for Disney Cruise Line shared the news to reach out towards all Make-A-Wish children with all different backgrounds for the recent 5th key towards the company for “Inclusion” and diversity.

The presentation the other day was ended with a musical performance by Disney on Broadway star and International Performing Artist Syndee Winters of the iconic song for “When You Wish Upon A Star” as children and young adults represent the thousands who have had Disney Cruise Line wishes granted throughout the last 20 years.

Artist Syndee Winters during Disney’s presentation for the Disney Wish (Disney Cruise Line). Source (© Disney)

Three Make-A-Wish families shared their stories with us. For these families, the wish of a Disney cruise gave them something far greater than they ever could’ve imagined: newfound confidence, strength, family togetherness, new friendships, and most importantly, hope. 

Source (© Disney/Make-A-Wish)

Check out the video down below for the partnership with Disney and Make-A-Wish and for more information about families who need it the most by visiting the official site by clicking here to learn more.

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And to learn about the details for the Disney Wish (Disney Cruise Line) by visiting the link here as well.

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Source: Disney

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