Since taking the unprecedented step to close Disneyland Paris, the Park has continued to focus on ways to make a difference during this time.
In response to requests from hospitals in need of additional protective garments and medical-related supplies, Disneyland Paris has donated more than 100,000 medical supplies, including masks, hygiene caps and protective shoes to the Seine-et-Marne prefecture for distribution to hospitals in need.
These efforts follow the recent donation of an additional 62 tons of food and drinks to several hospitals, the local French Red Cross and a local solidarity grocery store for disadvantaged families. Including the previous donation of 15 tons of food to associations such as Secours Populaire Français and Restaurants du Cœur, Disneyland Paris has now donated a total of 77 tons of goods since the resort’s closure.
Disneyland Paris continues to find additional ways to give back to local communities, sharing in the longstanding history of Disney Parks giving back which dates to Walt Disney himself in the 1930’s when he took Disney characters and animators on outreach visits. Sharing the magic of Disney continues today through contributions, collaborating with non-profit organizations, in-kind gifts and employee volunteerism.